GCSE Statistics – Probability activities

People are always talking about probability. ‘I think it’s going to rain’, ‘I have no chance of passing my maths test’, ‘I expect I’ll win the tennis match.’ Probability is the measure of how likely an outcome is.

An impossible event has a probability of 0.
Something that is certain is given a probability of 1.
All other probabilities lie between 0 and 1.

Probabilities can be represented by marking the position on a probability scale from Impossible to Certain.

Download a pdf of probability exercises and activities suitable for grade B to grade G students or click below to play two probability exercises.

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