Students will practice solving problems using the binomial probability formula with this 12 question scavenger hunt. This includes situations for an exact number of successes, as well as "at least" and "at most" situations. This activity was written for an Algebra 2 level class.
Simply print the 12 problems and scatter around the room (and in the hallway if possible), give each student a recording worksheet, group students, and assign them a place to start. The answer they get will lead them to their next problem. They continue looping around until they have completed all 12 stations.
This activity works very well in conjunction with my Algebra 2 Probability and Statistics Unit.
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