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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.
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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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These activities have students interact with playing cards and dice to practice with theoretical and experiment probability. Questions on the worksheet vary in difficulty.

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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

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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In this activity, students practice finding relative frequency (experimental probability) and theoretical probability using different types of manipulatives.**
Students record data and answer questions after doing the following:
Station 1: Spinning a spinner and flipping a coin
Station 2: Spinni

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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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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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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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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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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Error analysis is a great way to get your students engaging in higher level thinking! My students love being the teacher and finding other students' errors. In this product, you will get 6 different error analysis problems all related to theoretical and experimental probability. Rather than the trad

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Riddles are a great way to make a boring worksheet fun. However, I found students knew the answer to the riddle and just chose the answers to fill in the letters without doing any of the math. This way, students have to create the riddle before they can answer it.
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A fun and hands-on Theoretical vs Experimental Probability Activity.
Students explore the difference between theoretical and experimental probability and look at times these probabilities were the same and times they were different.
For 7th graders, this could be more of an introduction. For y

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This investigation has students conduct two experiments to learn about the difference between theoretical and experimental (empirical) probability. In the first experiment, students will flip a coin and explain how their experimental probability compares to the theoretical probability. In the seco

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Students will collect all of the Lucky Charms in this activity that assesses their ability to make predictions based on theoretical and experimental probabilities.
Students will love getting out of their seats to interpret bar graphs, pie charts, tables, and stories! They will use the theoretical a

This activity allows students to explore the difference between theoretical and experimental probability by utilizing simple dice rolls and recording the results. Students complete the assignment handout based on the dice rolls. The assignment also includes practice with decimals, ratios, and percen

Twenty-Five slide presentation, notes, and experiments for both Theoretical and Experimental Probability. Uses the flash tools with Smart Notebook -- Deck of Cards, Dice, Random Generator

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Activity provides students with a comparison of the theoretical probability and experimental probability for the sum of two tossed dice. Students toss dice and record the results for experimental probability and list all the possible outcomes for each sum and calculate the theoretical probability.

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Use this activity to help your students experiment with and understand theoretical v. experimental probability.

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This is an activity that I used to introduce theoretical and experimental probability in a fun and interactive way.

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A set of 5 open-ended problems (one for each day of the week) applying theoretical and experimental probability. Students get to apply both concepts and explore the difference between them. Modeled after those types of open-ended questions that appear on state standardized graduation tests. Comes w

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This lab asks students to find the experimental and theoretical probability using different manipulatives. They will use a spinner, a red/yellow chip, octagonal dice, and a bag of color tiles. (If you do not have these items, I have left this as a word document so that it may be edited according t

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This file contains 8 total problems. The breakdown of the problems is as follows-
2- multiple choice probability word problems
1- response probability word problems
1- multiple choice probability processing word problem
PLUS Spiral Review
1- scientific notation multiple choice word problem
1- co

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