CCSS IP Math II 4.3.2 Example 1
- Walch Education
There are 6 students presenting projects in a history class. The teacher is randomly determining the order in which the students will present. Each student only presents once. Brooke is one of the 6 students. What is the probability that Brooke will be the first student to present?
- Determine the sample space.
- Determine the number of ways the event can occur.
- Find the probability of the event using the determined sample space and number of ways the event can occur.