Statistics & Probability
Students will be provided with the opportunity to:

Focus questions

Language of Chance & Probability
Interactives
Probability
Fractions, decimals and percentage:
How to write probabilities using fractions, decimals and percentages, and how to convert from one to another
Decimals & Percentage
Probability Scale
Relative Frequency
How often something happens divided by all outcomes.
Relative frequency refers to the proportion of times an event occurs and is calculated by dividing the number of times an event occurs by the total number of times an experiment is carried out. So if a coin is tossed 50 times and heads land 30 times, then the relative frequency of a coin toss producing heads is 30/50 or 3/5 or 0.6.
Relative Frequency Booklet
Theoretical Vs Experimental Probability
Coin Toss
Task:
1. Predict how many times you will get a head if you toss a coin in the air 20 times. Record your prediction.
2. Toss the coin 20 times and record the results.
3. What can you conclude from your results.
Task:
1. Predict how many times you will get a head if you toss a coin in the air 20 times. Record your prediction.
2. Toss the coin 20 times and record the results.
3. What can you conclude from your results.
Dice Duels
Sample Spaces
Download Sample Space Activity HERE