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# Important Elements Exercises

### Example 1

What's the probability of rolling 0 on a 6-sided die?

### Example 2

What's the probability of rolling 4 on a 6-sided die?

### Example 3

What's the probability of pulling a joker out of a deck with no jokers?

### Example 4

What's the probability of rolling a positive number on a 6-sided die?

### Example 5

Determine whether or not each number could be a probability. If not, why not?

0

### Example 6

Determine whether or not each number could be a probability. If not, why not?

0.5

### Example 7

Determine whether or not each number could be a probability. If not, why not?

### Example 8

Determine whether or not each number could be a probability. If not, why not?

-1

### Example 9

Determine whether or not each number could be a probability. If not, why not?