Predict the Frequency of an Event Using Results from Experiments

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Taking surveys is a fun way to gather data from a group and predict results for the whole population. First, review fractions and percents and how to multiply them together. This will be useful later in the video. The video introduces a survey about ice cream and demonstrates how to relate the small sample size to the entire population. The video uses fractions to multiply; decimals result in the same answer. For more practice, use the other videos in this series or the additional problems in the Slides.

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Pros

  • Relates probability events to real situations
  • Quick quiz and activities provided in Slides
Cons

  • Does not do calculations; pause video to allow learners to do on their own
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