Actively solving practice problems is essential for learning probability. Strategic practice problems are organized by concept, to test and reinforce understanding of that concept. Homework problems usually do not say which concepts are involved, and often require combining several concepts. Each of the Strategic Practice documents here contains a set of strategic practice problems, solutions to those problems, a homework assignment, and solutions to the homework assignment. Also included here are the exercises from the book that are marked with an s, and solutions to those exercises.