Counting Principle

In this counting principle instructional activity, students solve 10 problems by applying the counting principle to each one. First, they determine the number of possible outcomes in a coin toss. Then, students the number of different cards with the number 3 they can select from a pile if no repetition are allowed. They also determine the number of arrangements that can be made from 4 different numbers.

7th - 8th Math 3 Views 16 Downloads
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Arithmetic & Pre-Algebra
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