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For this probability worksheet, students complete probability word problems based on charts and graphs. Students complete 25 word problems.
In this probability worksheet, students complete word problems about different probabilities. Students complete 28 word problems about probability.
Eleventh graders investigate binomial probability.  In this Algebra II lesson, 11th graders conduct an experiment in which they roll a die and keep track of the number of successes and failures.  Using a TI-nspire handheld, they then simulate the experiment and compare their experimental probabilities to the theoretical probabilities. 
Students use the sample space to make predictions and analyze data. In this statistics lesson, students apply properties of the probability of an event occurring to solve problems.
Eighth graders investigate the concepts of probability while performing data analysis. They apply statistical methods in order to measure or predict some possible outcomes. The information is collected and graphed, 8th graders analyze the results.
Upper elementary and middle schoolers work with the concept of probability. They are introduced to the concept of chaos. Learners graph and analyze using a line plot, work with mean, and are introduced to the concept of variance.
Sixth graders explore the math concept of probability. In this probability lesson, 6th graders examine visual examples of finding probability. Students also practice solving problems that their instructors model.
In this statistics learning exercise, students complete 6 problem solving questions regarding spatial probability. Students are then asked to complete 10 word problem questions based on geometric shapes and coin flipping probabilities.
Learners explore the principles of probability for simple and compound chance events. They record experiment results and present their outcomes through tables, tree diagrams, and tally sheets. They compare, interpret, and support the use of mean, median, mode, and range and display their results in a graph. They identify uses and misuses of probability theory in the everyday world.
Students are introduced to the concepts of probability and chance. Using data given to them, they organize and create a chart to display the information. Using this chart, they calculate the percentage of chance and probability and share their results with the class.
Seventh graders solve problems using and predicting the outcome. In this statistics lesson, 7th graders calculate th eprobability of an even occurring using combination and the fundamental counting principle. They make predictions based on their observations.
In this probability and statistics worksheet, students calculate experimental and theoretical probability in seven problems.  Example and definitions are provided.
Pupils differentiate between theoretical and experimental probability. In this probability lesson, students create a puzzle and calculate the probability of an event occurring. They use problems dealing real life scenarios.
Students investigate and define probability. In this statistics lesson, students watch a video and describe where probability was used. They relate probability to the real world and describe the relationship and chances of these events happening.
Young scholars work together to complete a project on probability. In groups, they solve probability equations based on the formula and scenerio given to them in a PowerPoint presentation. To end the lesson, they take a quiz on each problem type and review their answers.
Students explore basic probability.  In this Algebra II/Geometry lesson, students use modeling to solve basic probability problems involving real-life applications. 
In this probability and statistics worksheet, 9th graders determine the probability of an event occurring and express their answer as a fraction, decimal, and percent.  The two page worksheet ten problems.  Answers are not provided.
Third graders explore mathematics by participating in a board game activity. In this probability lesson, 3rd graders collaborate in teams and play the game Jumanji while utilizing statistics to analyze the probability of landing on certain squares and performing well in the game. Students discuss the probability of dice rolls and prepare a presentation for their class.
Students identify the chance of an event occurring. In this statistics lesson, students roll a dice and identify the chances of a number occurring. they find fractions of probability and identify the meaning of that outcome.
Sixth graders make predictions about the outcome of the potential of male/female offspring by crossing 2 sets of genes. In this biologists working with probability lesson, 6th graders use theoretical probability, tree diagrams and punnett squares to make specific predictions. Students make connections about the importance of math careers in biology.

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