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#### Utah Middle School Math Project: 7th Grade

The eight resources in this collection provide tweens with the tools and protocols for solving problems which in turn enable them to make the transition from acquiring basic knowledge to creatively applying it. The lessons in the...

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#### EngageNY Algebra II Module 4: Inferences and Conclusions from Data

The Algebra II Module 4 collection focuses on four topics: Probability, Modeling Data Distributions, Drawing Conclusions Using Data from a Sample, and Drawing Conclusions Using Data from an Experiment. Students show what they have...

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#### EngageNY Precalculus and Advanced Topics Module 5: Probability and Statistics

The 25 lessons in the Module 5 collection are divided into three topics: Probability, Random Variables and Discrete Probability Distributions, and Using Probability to Make Decisions. Each lesson includes teaching tips, exit tickets,...

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#### It's Probably Probable

Learners make predictions and draw conclusions from given information as they learn the meaning of probability in this vocabulary-rich, integrated activity that presents a variety of teaching strategies to motivate and reach all learning...

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#### Cafe 240

An engaging task awaits your starting statisticians: design a menu for a new cafe that offers a total of 240 combinations of a main dish, a side, a dessert, and a beverage. Creative juices will flow as collaborative groups employ lists,...

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#### Spinner Bingo

Create a winning card. Given a description of a bingo game using two spinners, pupils determine which of three cards has the greatest chance of winning. Scholars then determine which are the best numbers to put on their own cards to give...

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#### Lottery

Take a chance on raising money. Learners calculate probabilities to determine whether a lottery is a good way to raise money. Pupils determine the number of combinations of choosing two numbers between one and six. Using the sample...

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#### Probability and Relative Frequency

It's all relatively simple once you get the gist. Young mathematicians learn about sample spaces and simple probability by conducting an activity with dice. To complete the second of six parts in the Statistics and Probability unit, they...

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#### Dice Table

Convert a table to probabilities. Pupils set up the winning rules for the sums of two dice. Using the rules, the applet fills out a table showing the winners for each combination. Learners determine the probabilities of winning for each...

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#### Permutations and Combinations Compared: Ice Cream Bar

Learning math from an ice cream shop—what a tasty treat! Individuals use an interactive to list all possibilities for a double-scoop ice cream. Along the way, they learn to distinguish between permutations and computations.

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#### Permutations and Combinations Compared: Colored Candies

Here's a sweet resource on sample spaces. An enticing interactive allows users to list all possibilities for the flavors of candy given to a friend. Scholars must also determine whether permutations or combinations are more appropriate...

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#### Permutations: Podiums

Add a winning resource to your library. A self-paced interactive has users create a sample space for all possibilities of arranging first- and second-place winners on a podium. The results lead to the realization that permutations and...

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#### Fundamental Counting Principle with and without Repetition: Outfit Combinations

But I have nothing to wear! Using an interactive, individuals create all possible outfits from three shirts, one belt, and two pairs of pants. Answering a set of challenge questions helps them see what they have learned from the experience.

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#### Basic Counting Rules: Sandwich Shop

Young mathematicians make a tree diagram of all possibilities for sandwiches using an interactive. They learn how multiplication speeds up the process of finding the number of outcomes.

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#### Counting Techniques: Permutations and Combinations

Comparing and contrasting is an important skill, even in mathematics. A drag-and-drop interactive has users classify situations as suitable for permutations or combinations. A set of challenge questions tests whether they know the...

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#### Operations with Sets: Let's Roll the Dice!

There's no need to roll dice for this probability experiment, the resource includes them already. Scholars use an interactive to see how including more possibilities as favorable outcomes in a dice activity affects the probabilities....

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#### Sample Spaces and Events: Triple Spin!

Scholars determine the number of possible outcomes when a spinner is spun three times. They start with the case of one spin and build up to the case of three spins.

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#### Measurement of Probability

Stockings make your legs warmer and math more enjoyable. A drag-and-drop interactive has pupils take stockings out of drawers to calculate probabilities. This includes dependent events where the probabilities depend on previous stocking...

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#### Definition of Probability: It's in the Bag!

It's not in the bag. An interactive provides the probability of picking a certain color marble from a bag after several marbles have been removed. Young mathematicians learn about dependent events from this resource.

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#### Using Tree Diagrams to Represent a Sample Space and to Calculate Probabilities

Cultivate the tree of knowledge using diagrams with two stages. Pupils create small tree diagrams to determine the sample space in compound probability problems. The lesson uses only two decision points to introduce tree diagrams.

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#### Chance Experiments with Equally Likely Outcomes

Take a deeper dive into equally likely probabilities. Pupils build upon their understanding of probability by determining sample spaces and outcomes. Individuals work with sample spaces and determine outcomes that are equally likely....

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#### It’s Elemental! Sampling from the Periodic Table

How random is random? Demonstrate the different random sampling methods using a hands-on activity. Pupils use various sampling techniques to choose a random sample of elements from the periodic table. They use the different samples to...

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#### Sampling in Archaeology

Compare different random sampling types using an archaeological setting. Scholars collect data from an archaeological plot using simple random samples, stratified random samples, systematic random samples, and cluster random samples....

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#### Counting Rules—Combinations

Discover how combinations are different from permutations. In the third installment of a 21-part module, scholars learn how to determine combinations of objects. They learn to distinguish between situations where order is important and...