- How do I find the probability of an event?
- What is the sample space of an event?
- What is a probability tree?
- How do I use a probability tree to work out the probability of several events?
- What is an independent event?
- When should I use a probability tree and when should I use a probability table?
- What is an event and why would I want to work out it's probability?
The tasks for the Rock-Paper-Scissor activity are:
- Using your own game data, draw a graph to represent the number of games player A won, the number of games player 2 won and the number of ties.
- Using the whole class data, draw a graph to represent the number of games player A won, the number of games player 2 won and the number of ties. If you can calculate the average for the player A's and player B's and ties you will see something interesting!
- Write a discussion about what you observe happening in the two graphs, the differences other two graph and why they may differ. Discuss how this relates to the theoretical probability that you worked out on the back of the Rock-Paper-Scissors hand out
Math 8 Students,
The link below will allow you to download the information and the criteria for your children picture story assessment. This assignment will be due on Monday, 4th of March.
There will be a fraction unit test that will be held on Friday, 1st of March
There will be a integers test on Friday, 15th of February. Make sure you have a look at your duo tang and check what areas you need to work on. Study up and be ready on Friday!
Your integer poster assignment is your opportunity to show what you have learnt is the past week and teach other students how to add, subtract, multiply and divide integers. if you need to get another copy of the assignment, please click the link below.
This assignment is due on Friday, February 15th.