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Theoretical and Experimental Probability gets a 21st Century Math Project facelift in this interactive game. Tired of flipping coins and spinning spinners? Students play the role of team managers and with only player statistics they must build a team capable of winning the championship. Students wil
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Engage your students with this hands-on, interactive, game-creating project! Why should you purchase this product? • it's hands-on, active learning • it engages the kinesthetic learner • it allows students to apply concepts • it differentiates instruction through product • it has contingency/altern
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Probability is so frequently used in every-day life, yet so often under-explored as a common core subject in math classrooms. This is the first in a series of products which bring probability to life in upper elementary and middle school classrooms. Experiments of Chance gives students an introduc
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This is a fun, student-centered activity in which students working with a partner will conduct an experimental lab tossing 2 coins. After completing the lab, they will draw conclusions based upon the results of the activity concerning the difference between theoretical and experimental probability.
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Students need to find the probability of picking certain colored M&Ms, and asked to change them into decimals, fractions, and percents. They are asked to draw specific M&Ms at random for experimental probability problems. They are asked to make a few predictions, as well. This is a length
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Probability is so frequently used in every-day life, yet so often under-explored in mathematics today. This product, which can be used as a stand-alone activity, is the second in a series of products which bring probability to life in upper elementary and middle school classrooms. The first pro
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This foldable is organized by the following three tabs: 1. Simple Events 2. Compound Events 3. Making Predictions The foldable contains a total of 8 examples as well as space at the top of each tab to write definitions for each. This provides a great introduction/ overview of experimental proba
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This is a 4 page resource with answer key. Guided notes, guided practice, and independent practice. Guided notes scaffold so that students gain a deep understanding of experimental probability. - Students will define, experiment, trial, sample space, events, probability, and experimental probabi
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This activity shows students the difference between theoretical and experimental probability. There are three different events in this activity. The students first determine the theoretical probability of each event. They then perform the experiments to collect the experimental data. This activity l
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This 1-page, 11-question worksheet is a great way for students to practice finding the theoretical and experimental probabilities of simple events! Please view the preview file to determine if this product is appropriate for your students! An answer key is included. This activity is aligned to CCS
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7th Grade Math Theoretical & Experimental Probability Activity   This is a hands-on activity for students to explore the difference between theoretical and experimental probability through 2 situations: a spinner and a number cube. This can be completed individually or with pairs. Materials ne
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Students will reinforce probability concepts learned and investigate how this can compare with experimental probabilities. Students will also investigate how sometimes spinners are not equally split, thus affecting the probability. Materials needed: dice This is a great math lab to perform either
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Experimental Probability Interactive Notebook Pages and Activities CCSS: 7.SP.C.5 Included in this product: Experimental Probability Guided Notes Mini Book Dice Probability Practice (2 per page) Coin Toss Probability Practice (2 per page) Create Your Own Spinner Probability Mini Book Create Your
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This engaging activity will allow students to explore theoretical and experimental probability while using dice and keeping track of their data. Students will complete several trials of rolling two (or three) dice and adding their values. Students will learn about normal distribution curves (bell
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Give each group of students 4 kings, 3 aces, 2 eights and 3 jacks for this experiment. This lab will help students understand experimental probability and includes a practice sheet. They will then use this experimental probability to predict events. Students will then compare experimental probabilit
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This Skittles Lab is a fun and engaging way to get students excited about finding probabilities. The experiment involves finding the theoretical and experimental probability of choosing a specific order of skittles from a bag. Students work best in groups of three to calculate their probabilities an
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Foldable include definition and example of probability, theoretical probability, and experimental probability. Guided practice finding the theoretical probability of a spinner as well, doing the experiment and finding the experimental probability, and comparing the two. Can access spinner at h
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This activity teaches the difference between theoretical probability and experimental probability: why things that happen in real life do not exactly match probability. Students first find the theoretical probability of landing on each color of a spinner, then use the spinner to conduct their own
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Students will explore theoretical and experimental probability while playing the traditional game of Rock, Paper, Scissors. CCSS.MATH.CONTENT.7.SP.C.6 Approximate the probability of a chance event by collecting data on the chance process that produces it and observing its long-run relative frequenc
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This product includes two different activities where the students conduct their own experiment with a partner, and then determine their experimental probability. Each activity comes with a set of questions that requires them to compare their experimental probability to the theoretical probability.
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These notes provide a clear explanation of theoretical and experimental probability with examples involving spinners, die, and marbles. Students will also get extra practice converting their probabilities to decimals, fractions, and percents along with predicting the probability of an event happenin
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Experimental Probability and Making Predictions in a PowerPoint Presentation This slideshow lesson is very animated with a flow-through technique. I developed it for my Algebra 1 class, but can be used for lower grades as well. This lesson teaches how to Find the experimental probability of an eve
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In this activity students work with a partner to roll a pair of dice (many times) and record the sum of the dice in a data collection sheet. Once the data has been collected the students are walked through the process of calculating the experimental probability for each sum and then the theoretical
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Algebra 2 Honors: Theoretical and Experimental Probability This is the second lesson in a five-lesson unit on PROBABILITY designed for Algebra 2 Honors students with general knowledge of basic probability. The product includes everything you need to teach a rigorous lesson: ✎ Two options of an 8-
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