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CORE 1 Patterns in Chance. Daily Starter Problem 2a.583333333333.900864041057.581942277323.950860003951 Random Numbers Generated Problem 2b.222269723105.0290271847999.416163929292.915144892204.

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Presentation on theme: "CORE 1 Patterns in Chance. Daily Starter Problem 2a.583333333333.900864041057.581942277323.950860003951 Random Numbers Generated Problem 2b.222269723105.0290271847999.416163929292.915144892204."— Presentation transcript:

1 CORE 1 Patterns in Chance

2 Daily Starter Problem 2a Random Numbers Generated Problem 2b

3 Unit 8 Objectives Benchmark – 3.1 Design and conduct a statistical experiment to study a problem.

4 Lesson Objectives Design and carry out simulations in order to estimate answers to questions about probability Use the Law of Large Numbers to understand situations involving chance Use Tables of random digits to perform simulations and understand some properties of random digits Use Random numbers to perform simulations in situations that involve continuous variables Use geometric diagrams to solve probability problems that involve continuous variables Geometric Probability

5 Essential Question How can you use area models to solve probability problems when numbers can come from a continuous interval? Geometric Probability

6 Geometric Probability (problem 1)

7 Geometric Probability (problem 1)

8 Geometric Probability (problem 3)

9 Geometric Probability (problem 3) 0.85

10 Geometric Probability (problem 3)

11 Lesson Objectives - SUMMARY Design and carry out simulations in order to estimate answers to questions about probability Use the Law of Large Numbers to understand situations involving chance Use Tables of random digits to perform simulations and understand some properties of random digits Use Random numbers to perform simulations in situations that involve continuous variables Use geometric diagrams to solve probability problems that involve continuous variables Essential Question: How can you use area models to solve probability problems when numbers can come from a continuous interval? Homework Study for Quiz


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