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Level34567 Probability Skills I can use the probability words impossible, certain and even chance to describe the probability of an event occurring. I can use the language of probability to describe the probability of an event occurring. I can describe the probability of an event happening using a fraction, decimal or percentage. I can list all the possible outcomes to calculate probabilities. I can complete a sample space diagram and use it to calculate probabilities. I understand the difference between experimental and theoretical probability. I can use relative frequency as an estimate and to compare the outcomes of experiments. Teacher Version

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Probability Skills I can use the probability words impossible, certain and even chance to describe the probability of an event occurring. I can use the language of probability to describe the probability of an event occurring. I can describe the probability of an event happening using a fraction, decimal or percentage. I can list all the possible outcomes to calculate probabilities. I can complete a sample space diagram and use it to calculate probabilities. I understand the difference between experimental and theoretical probability. I can use relative frequency as an estimate and to compare the outcomes of experiments. Pupil Version

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Which of these words describes the probability of getting tails when you flip a coin? Certain, Even Chance, Impossible If a bag contains 13 blue counters, 4 red counters and 5 yellow counters, what is the probability of getting a blue counter? Certain, Likely, Even Chance, Unlikely, Impossible If a bag contains 13 blue counters, 4 red counters and 5 yellow counters, what is the probability of getting a blue counter? Write your answer as a fraction. A spinner and a dice are used together to generate probabilities. Draw a sample space for these outcomes. Write down the probabilities. What might be different about using theoretical probability to find the probability of obtaining a 6 when you roll a dice, and using experimental probability for the same purpose?

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Key WordsNever heard before? Heard of but not sure what it means? Know what it means and can explain it in context Jot down your ideas here... Event Outcome Random Biased / Unbiased Theoretical Probability Experimental Probability Mutually exclusive

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