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Making Sample Spaces for composite experiments in middle school math

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I used this in my 7th grade math class room as a math center. In the math center area(table with four chairs) I had copies (PDF) and various colors of markers for the students to use on the recording sheet. I allowed students about 20 min. per group for the math center, which was enough time. As other students in my class were working on book work, the class took turns rotating in the math centers. Worked well and students enjoyed and so will you! I worked in Texas, the TEKS are listed for your reference! :)
7.10a construct sample spaces for simple or composite
experiments
In Gabriel’s pantry, there are 5 kinds of cereal: Cheerios,
Frosted Flakes, Apple Jacks, Lucky Charms and Cinnamon Toast
Crunch.
He also has five kinds of fruit to choose from: banana,
strawberries, orange, apple, or plum. Gabriel’s drink choices were
chocolate milk, orange juice, or apple juice.
For breakfast, Gabriel’s ate cereal, fruit
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