Most things can't be predicted, but some can...and that's where probability comes in. Help your student get to know probability and statistics with our probability exercises, perfect for budding math whizzes. All they really need to know are number recognition and a little bit of division to help the find the mean, median, and mode -- a must for starting statistics students.
Mean, median, and mode...they sound similar, but they're not the same thing! If your student is just starting out with probability and statistics, help them practice with our probability exercises. This short collection of probability exercises, full of mean, median, and more drills and probability word problems, will get your child started understanding how to sort out the number of times an item appears in a series, which is the basis of simple statistics. Learn the mode by finding the most common item in a series, decide probability with complex word problems, and explore mean by finding averages. All our problems are write-in and multiple choice, just like a worksheet. Median works on simple number recognition, and finding the mean is just a quick division problem! There are lots of creative ways to boost your student's statistics skills, and we have a bunch right here in this collection of exercises.