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### We found 32 resources with the concept independent events

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#### Utah Middle School Math Project: 7th Grade

The eight resources in this collection provide tweens with the tools and protocols for solving problems which in turn enable them to make the transition from acquiring basic knowledge to creatively applying it. The lessons in the...

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#### EngageNY Algebra II Module 4: Inferences and Conclusions from Data

The Algebra II Module 4 collection focuses on four topics: Probability, Modeling Data Distributions, Drawing Conclusions Using Data from a Sample, and Drawing Conclusions Using Data from an Experiment. Students show what they have...

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#### EngageNY Precalculus and Advanced Topics Module 5: Probability and Statistics

The 25 lessons in the Module 5 collection are divided into three topics: Probability, Random Variables and Discrete Probability Distributions, and Using Probability to Make Decisions. Each lesson includes teaching tips, exit tickets,...

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#### Three Shots

To foul or not to foul, that is the basketball question. High schoolers look at the probability that fouling out a player and allowing free throws yields a better outcome than allowing the original shot. The resource provides a teacher's...

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#### The Last Banana: A Thought Experiment in Probability

Your learners will be surprised by the thought-provoking, counterintuitive puzzle presented in this short video that models a fun, fictional situation in which a game is played with two number cubes to decide which of two people wins a...

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#### Task: Mini-Problems

Your learners will expand their deeper-thinking and problem-solving skills while they model these real-life scenarios using linear functions. Beginning with the creation of tables, equations, and graphs for each situation, learners are...

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#### It's Probably Probable

Learners make predictions and draw conclusions from given information as they learn the meaning of probability in this vocabulary-rich, integrated activity that presents a variety of teaching strategies to motivate and reach all learning...

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#### Introductory Statistics

Statistically speaking, the content covers several grades. Featuring all of the statistics typically covered in a college-level Statistics course, the expansive content spans from sixth grade on up to high school. Material comes from a...

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#### Why Variances Add - And Why It Matters

Why is adding variance important? A lesson outline defines a variance theorem and how it affects the data statistics. The instruction shows scholars the importance of considering the variance of data and why it requires independence.

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#### Probability: Independent Events

Equip learners to work independently on probability in no time. A short video describes methods for determining the probability of independent events. It includes examples where the order of events is important and must be taken into...

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#### Outcomes of Coin Tosses

Flip a coin: heads, use the resource; tails, use the resource. The fourth of six installments of the Statistics & Probability unit looks at coin tosses and probability. The class conducts an experiment and sees that the outcomes of...

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#### Independent and Dependent Events

Some learners are independent, while others are dependent on lessons like these! An instructional video discusses the difference between independent and dependent events when calculating a probability. The lesson begins with vocabulary...

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#### The Coin Flip Conundrum

Mathematical paradoxes always intrigue learners. An engaging lesson explores the probability of flipping a heads/heads or tails/heads combination. A video introduces the paradox and explains the mathematics.

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#### Organizing Topic: Probability

The probability is high learning will occur! A well-designed unit introduces learners to the concepts of independent, dependent, and mutually exclusive events. Using Venn diagrams, the lessons ask learners to analyze many different...

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#### Casino Royale

Math is all fun and games—especially when you're studying probability! Using different games, learners identify and calculate different independent and dependent probabilities. Their independent practice uses the same game references to...

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#### Mutually Inclusive Events: Flower Beds at the Community Garden

What color does your garden grow? Learners manipulate the number of flowers of two colors in two garden plots. They determine the probabilities of choosing a particular color of a flower in a given plot. Scholars find the relationship of...

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#### It Could Happen

Understanding of probability will probably increase with the use of a refined resource. Pupils learn to distinguish between dependent and independent events as they calculate the probabilities of these types of events in various situations.

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#### Probability

Classes explore different scenarios using manipulatives to learn about the difference between independent and dependent probability. Learners experiment with colored chips to model the two types of probabilities. To test their...

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#### Mid-Module Assessment Task: Pre-Calculus Module 5

Determine if any reteaching with a mid-module assessment task. The assessment covers the general multiplication rule, permutations and combinations, and probability distributions for discrete random variables.

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#### The General Multiplication Rule

In the first installment of a 21-part module, scholars build on previous understandings of probability to develop the multiplication rule for independent and dependent events. They use the rule to solve contextual problems.

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#### Marble Game

Pupils determine the theoretical probability of winning a game of marbles. Individuals compare the theoretical probability to experimental probability for the same game. They continue on to compare two different probability games.

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#### Probability Rules (part 2)

Ensure your pupils are rule followers! Learners add the addition rule to the set of probability rules examined in the previous lesson. Problems require both the multiplication and addition rule.

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#### Calculating Conditional Probabilities and Evaluating Independence Using Two-Way Tables (part 1)

Being a statistician means never having to say you're certain! Learners develop two-way frequency tables and calculate conditional and independent probabilities. They understand probability as a method of making a prediction.

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#### Chance Experiments, Sample Spaces, and Events

Want a leg up on the competition? Show classes how to use mathematics to their advantage when playing games. Learners calculate probabilities to determine a reasonable scoring strategy for a game.