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This foldable provides 3 examples for finding the theoretical probability of compound events by making a table, using a tree diagram, or making a list.
PERFECT for interactive math notebooks!
Directions and an answer key are provided.
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•Probabil

This is a set of 24 task cards to practice/assess what your students know about finding the probability of independent and dependent events. Students will need to know how to multiply fractions as well as simplify.
Aligned to: TEKS 7.6A, 7.6C, 7.6D & CCSS 7.SP
The preview is 6 of the 24 cards.

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Three pages of notes on determining the probability of compound events.
Available in the following bundle(s) :
Probability Unit Plan.
7th Grade Math Curriculum Resources Mega Bundle
Terms of Use
© Lindsay Perro. Please note - this resource is for use by one teacher only.

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Nothing like a good criminal investigation to liven up math class! Based off my popular CSI projects, I have created Whodunnits? The Whodunnits plan to focus on single content topics as opposed to units and will focus more on skill building than application. Every day can't be a project day, so Whod

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This lesson is meant to be used as guided notes for a whole class.
Students begin by learning what makes 2 events independent. After slowly working through a problem about rolling a die and choosing a card, they discover that they can multiply probabilities when working with these compound events.

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Get your students engaged with this set of 20 task cards! The set is aligned with common core standard 7.SP.8 which can be easily printed using the standard poster. Students can use the 4 content posters to help them determine the probability of compound events using different strategies while solv

This resource allows students to investigate compound probability through real-life scenarios. Students will discover the difference between independent and dependent events, and will use tree diagrams to understand combinations and compound probability.
Includes investigation, guided practice an

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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Notes on Finding Probability of Compound Events & identifying independent & dependent events
Cut & Paste into Math Notebooks... color away!

TASK CARD: Probability Puzzlers
TEKS 8.11a Find the probabilities of compound events (independent and dependent).
Materials needed: Glue stick.
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 probab

Bring to life the traditional practice class or homework assignment with some global competency and diversity! While your students practice probability, they can learn about iconic Olympian who went face-to-face with Nazi Germany, Jesse Owens!Person Puzzles are designed to highlight individuals with

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This lesson teaches students how to find the Experimental Probability of Compound Events.
Students will examine problem sets and work with their teammates to solve problems regarding the probability of events occurring by using Tree Diagrams, Tables, and the Probability Formula
They will learn sp

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This lesson teaches students about Independent Events of probability and moves into Compound Events.
Students will examine problem sets and work with their teammates to solve problems regarding the probability of independent events occurring as well as compound events.
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What is the

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This is a set of 6 task cards with 3 compound probability questions per card. Task cards can be used in games, math centers, or class activities. A coordinating student worksheet is also included. Students must write the fraction to represent each event and solve as a fraction and a percent. Ta

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Students love foldables for notes! This one covers the probability of compound events. Gives the formula for finding probability and the shortcut of multiplying the probability of each independent event. These fit perfectly in a composition book for interactive notebooks or can be used on its own

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7th Grade Probability Unit - Compound Events (Complete Lesson Video)
This video is designed to be used with a class discussion element to fully develop the concept and implementation of Compound Events. This video goes through the basic definition and how to find the probability of compound events.

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STEM-ersion assignments aim to immerse students in an authentic application within a career. Students often ask what careers will use certain math skills and I think this is an opportunity to show them where the thinking is used! These problems aim to help students construct responses with my Eviden

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Find probabilities of compound events. Use tree diagrams, frequency tables organized lists and simulations. Scaffolded lesson provides for classroom differentiation. Can be used as a lesson leader, guided practice, independent practice, for cooperative learning and math centers, or as an assessment

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Cornell type notes to go over TEKS 7.6(I). Specifically, these notes go over sample spaces and how to use these to find the probability of compound events. Short and sweet with only 2 pages for the students to follow along as you teach. I will...statement included.

This is a maze composed of 11 compound probability questions involving spinners. It is a self-checking worksheet that allows students to strengthen their skills at working with theoretical probability of compound events.Answer key is included for easy grading.Important Information• Not all boxes ar

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Counting Principle & Theoretical Probability with Compound Events Cornell Notes include:
*A blank copy with only questions and an essential question
*A fill in the blank copy with questions and an essential question
*A complete copy with questions and an essential question
The questions include

Find probabilities of compound events using tables and tree diagrams MAFS.7.SP.3.8
7th Math Florida
4 work sheets and 4 detailed answer keys. Detailed answer key may be used as notes for students and parents of students. 8 pages in total.
Students complete various probability activities. Students

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