This Election Poll, Variation 2 activity & project also includes:
When a random sample isn't enough, your math class can compare the data from a physical simulation to decide if the probability is still likely. The lesson is part of a probability series that focuses on one question and different ways to test the likelihood of election votes. Your learners will look at the outcome from a marble simulation and determine whether their results will compliment their original sample. The answer key is not provided but the solutions from the first task can be adapted as answers for this lesson.
- Part of a series
- No answer key