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Jacqueline Wroughton Joseph Nolan Northern Kentucky University

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Background Students have been taught definitions and basic uses for: Sample Spaces / Events Basic Probability Rules Multiplication Rule Permutations Combinations But….

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Combinatorics: A Jumbled Mess?

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Counting Hurdles for Students Deciding between Permutations & Combinations Implementing multiple counting methods in the same problem Recognizing Overlap (and accounting for it appropriately) Relying too much on complementation

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General Observation Students seem to want a 30-second answer to every problem! They have trouble recognizing that they need to think about the problem before diving into a solution. They also become consumed by specific problems and seem not to easily generalize the methods beyond the specific problem they are looking at.

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Activity Design Day 1 (or homework, depending on level) For a standard 52-card deck, calculate probabilities for all of the poker hands assuming 5-card stud rules (i.e. you get five cards in your hand and nothing more)

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Activity Design (2) Day 2 Provide students with 48-card Pinochle Decks. In groups they are to calculate probabilities for all of the poker hands (again assuming 5-card stud rules) using this very different deck of cards.

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Pinochle Deck 48 cards 4 suits 6 ranks (9 to ace) 2 of each rank and suit Up Next: Examples of Classroom Implementation

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Royal Flush Students Initially See… # Royal Flushes = 8 ???

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Royal Flush (2)

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Full House Original Deck Pinochle Deck

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Flush Original Deck Pinochle Deck

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Two Pair Original Deck Pinochle Deck

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Two Pair Original Deck Pinochle Deck

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Comments on Level Lower Level Classes – Do regular poker hands as a class (but with lots of class participation) – Be very helpful as they get started on the Pinochle Poker hands in groups of 2-3 Upper Level Classes – May choose to do a few examples with regular deck and have them do the rest as homework prior to doing the Pinochle Poker as groupwork in class – Give hints that are a nudge in the right direction, but make sure to let them explore to figure out the correct answer.

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Suggestions for Follow-Up Groups put together a paper comparing the ranking of poker hands for a pinochle deck to the rankings for a regular deck. Homework / Exam questions containing an D- denomination, C-colored, N-duplicated deck

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