When Bob starts planning out the average money made per customer, he needs some help. Young mathematicians look at the probability of how many bagels are purchased from one person, and then creates an equation based on the amount spent. Hopefully Bob is happy with the amount the class members calculate to be the average amount spent per customer.
- Have learners work in groups to discuss the problem before giving any assistance
- See if the class can find any flaws in the data (use the commentary for suggestions)
- Participants should be familiar with calculating types of probability before finding the probability
- Includes a worked-out answer key that explains the answer and provides commentary