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Use this cut and paste hexagon puzzle to add some variety to your lessons!
Students will calculate the probability of independent and dependent events. The focus is on learning about compound events. Specifically, students will examine the difference between independent events (with replacement)

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Students of all ages love to color! Make practicing more fun with this color by number activity.
Students will calculate the probability of independent and dependent events. Twelve word problems are included. The focus is on learning about compound events. Specifically, students will examine th

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This is a two player game and each player will need a crayon. Make sure that the crayons they use are different colors.
Each pair will have one Blocking D & I Sheet and a baggie full of Blocking D & I Cards. Have them take out the cards and turn the cards face down. Tell the students to pla

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Foldable include definition of independent and dependent probability as well as an example problem for each.

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Students will conduct an independent probability experiment and a dependent probability experiment. They will find the theoretical and experimental probabilities of each compound event and compare the sample spaces and results to discover the difference. Each group of students needs a bag (I used

TASK CARD: Probability Puzzlers
Find the probabilities of compound events (independent and dependent).
Your task is to:
• Take the event cards and the probability cards out of their baggies.
• Separate the cards so that each event matches its correct probability.
• On the template write a short ‘

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This file includes 11 probability questions assessing student's ability to calculate independent and dependent probability and make predictions regarding future events. The answer key is included!

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8.11 The student will a) compare and contrast the probability of independent and dependent events; and b) determine probabilities for independent and dependent events.7.8 The student will a) determine the theoretical and experimental probabilities of an eventStudents will be split into two teams. A

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Get outside of the box with your students! Apply mathematical concepts into writing in a fun and creative way. Students will assume the role of different math concepts and produce a friendly letter that incorporates attributes, differences, and oftentimes humor. This activity can be used as a com

This bundle includes 5 great products! You can get full previews of each product using the links below!
Theoretical vs Experimental Probability Interactive Scaffolded/Guided Notes , Probability & Statistics ActiveInspire Flipchart Word Problems w/Voters Activity, Compound Probability Word P

This activity was created to introduce students to how probabilities change by adding and removing variables.
Intended for 6th, 7th, and 8th grade with an emphasis on 8th grade for dependent probability.

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This worksheet has 8 probability questions. The students must first solve and then they will will write the phrase "You will ace this quiz!".
The questions are both independent and dependent probability questions and go along with the Virginia SOLs.

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This video lesson was created as part of my flipped 7th grade math classroom. It covers independent and dependent probability and the use of the word "or" for adding probabilities vs. the word "and" (or a comma) for multiplying probabilities. The video is approximately 15 minutes long. A blank no

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Very short interactive notebook notes.

With references for constant of proportionality, scale factor, equations, expressions, angle pairs, complex fractions, independent and dependent probability, area, perimeter, circumference, integers, inequalities, percents and simple interest, this word wall is a great addition to a 7th grade math c

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Also included in: Grades 5-8 Math Word Wall Bundle

An 8 day CCSS-Aligned Probability Unit - including simple probability, experimental and theoretical probability, making predictions, and independent and dependent probabilityStandards: 7.SP.5, 7.SP.6, 7.SP.7, 7.SP.8Texas Teacher?Grab the TEKS-Aligned Probability Unit.Please don’t purchase both as t

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This super fun sorting game was really fun for my students. They competed to get all of the independent and dependent events sorted in the correct columns and were very engaged. There is an answer key included. I hope your students enjoy!
This product is part of an awesome BUNDLE that can save you

This is a foldable for independent and dependent events. It gives examples of each plus several practice opportunities. These are all in context of word problems.
This is included in my BUNDLE of Fold it Ups! that can be found here!
Look for more Fold it Ups! in the future!
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This product includes:
-28 task cards on compound probability with independent and dependent events
-sort for independent and dependent events
- 8 PowerPoint slides with practice problems
Colorful clip art is included throughout the task card and PowerPoint to make it engaging for students. Your

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Students will read through situations and decide if they are Independent or Dependent. Then they will calculate the probability of each requested event. These problems are a little more fun than traditional probability word problems!
This is great after students have already been introduced to pr

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Very colorful and animated 12 slide power point presentation explaining Independent and Dependent events related to probability.
Includes definitions, examples, and sample problems.
7.SP.C.8
7.SP.C.8a
7.SP.C.8b
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To save you some time when you are preparing your lessons on dependent and independent events, I have collected a bunch of problems that can be solve by drawing tree diagrams and made a slide show of the questions and there answers. The tree diagrams are animated to enable you to explain as you go o

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This zip file contains material for middle school science lessons on identifying independent and dependent variables as part of a scientific inquiry / scientific method unit.
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6th grade .notebook presentation (13 slides)
7th grade .notebook presentation, also covers experimental constants

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This 3 page document has a variety of compound event problems. It has built-in differentiation because the problems get progressively harder. There are even problems that combine independent and dependent events. There is an answer key.

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