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#### Utah Middle School Math Project: 7th Grade

The eight resources in this collection provide tweens with the tools and protocols for solving problems which in turn enable them to make the transition from acquiring basic knowledge to creatively applying it. The lessons in the...

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#### EngageNY Algebra II Module 4: Inferences and Conclusions from Data

The Algebra II Module 4 collection focuses on four topics: Probability, Modeling Data Distributions, Drawing Conclusions Using Data from a Sample, and Drawing Conclusions Using Data from an Experiment. Students show what they have...

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#### EngageNY Precalculus and Advanced Topics Module 5: Probability and Statistics

The 25 lessons in the Module 5 collection are divided into three topics: Probability, Random Variables and Discrete Probability Distributions, and Using Probability to Make Decisions. Each lesson includes teaching tips, exit tickets,...

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#### Real-World Math from KQED's The Lowdown

Middle schoolers explore math concepts like percentages, probability, and statistics in new and inventive ways with a collection of lessons that use videos, graphs, and activities to help them understand issues like climate change,...

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#### EngageNY Grade 7 Math Module 5: Statistics and Probability

Seventh-grade mathematicians build an understanding of basic probability in a comprehensive 23-lesson unit. Starting with the calculation of probabilities in simple contexts, students go on to explore probability distributions and learn...

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#### What Are the Odds?

Explore the first steps of statistics and probability with a collection of resources for elementary mathematicians. It includes lesson plans and fun activities that will get those thinking caps going!

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#### Winning at Rock Paper Scissors

View a throughly humorous, sometimes confusing, and absolutely delightful take on the game theory behind two strategies that help players win at the classic Rock Paper Scissors game. Nothing beats this great resource!

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#### Investigating Chance Processes of Probability

How likely is it that the school cafeteria will serve chicken tomorrow? Discover the concept of probability with the roll of the dice. Pupils evaluate the liklihood of several statments about everyday life. Then, a mathematical...

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#### The Last Banana: A Thought Experiment in Probability

Your learners will be surprised by the thought-provoking, counterintuitive puzzle presented in this short video that models a fun, fictional situation in which a game is played with two number cubes to decide which of two people wins a...

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#### Basics of Probability

Young mathematicians spin, roll, and toss their way to a deeper understanding of probability with this collection of hands-on activities. Whether they are determining the fairness of spinners or evaluating the probability of drawing...

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#### Probability

In need of a probability resource that has it all? Take a look at a full textbook chapter on teaching and engaging learners in mathematical probability and data analysis. It begins with a teacher preparation section, and then moves into...

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#### Connecting Theoretical and Experimental Probability

Play some games, develop a law, and then call it a day. Learners first perform a small number of trials for a probability experiment, then predict the result for a larger number of trials. They then compile data from the entire class to...

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#### AFDA Probability and Law of Large Numbers

The more trials scholars perform, the closer they'll likely be to the true value. After designing a probability experiment, young mathematicians conduct the experiment for five different numbers of trials. They then analyze the results,...

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#### The Hunger Games

The odds will be in your favor that young statisticians will volunteer to participate in this experiment. After watching a short video that is part of the PBS Math at the Core middle school collection, scholars engage in a lottery and...

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#### Roll That Dice

After so many random events, is randomness really random anymore? Get your math facts straight with a probability lesson. As small groups roll a pair of dice 108 times, they graph the results and determine whether a series of random...

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#### Spinners at the School Carnival (Equal Sections)

Spin to win a toy car. A fun activity has pupils use a spinner in which three of the equal sections represent winning a toy car, and the fourth section represents no car. They record the number of wins after certain numbers of spins,...

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#### Plinko Probability

It's a good thing the resource dropped into your radar. Young mathematicians use an app that randomly drops balls through a Plinko game and into bins. They compare the distribution to that of an ideal binomial distribution.

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#### Smarter Balanced Sample Items: 7th Grade Math – Claim 4

Build the model right out of the box. A few sample items show teachers how Smarter Balanced assessments may approach Claim 4, modeling and data analysis. Pupils use their skills to create equations or expressions to model the situation...

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#### The Lowdown — Your Odds of Winning Powerball: Probabilities of Compound Events Using Visuals

You have a greater chance of being crushed by a vending machine than winning the Powerball lottery. Part of The Lowdown: Real-World Math series, an engaging video describes how the Powerball works and how to calculate the probability of...

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#### Outcomes of Coin Tosses

Flip a coin: heads, use the resource; tails, use the resource. The fourth of six installments of the Statistics & Probability unit looks at coin tosses and probability. The class conducts an experiment and sees that the outcomes of...

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#### Can You Solve the Dark Coin Riddle?

You're trapped in a dark castle with a pile of gold coins that a wizard will only allow you to leave with if you can solve his riddle. Math learners solve the riddle of the dark coin with the help of an engaging instructional video.

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#### Spinner

Go round and round to compare theoretical and experimental probabilities. Learners set the number of sectors and the number of spins for a spinner. Then, a table displays the experimental and theoretical probabilities of the spinner for...

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#### Two Colors Applet

Find the box with two green balls. The applet uses six balls, three green and three red, and hides them in three boxes. Pupils choose a box and click on it to reveal the color of balls inside. Using the chosen box, the simulation keeps...

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#### Rabbits and Wolves

A change in a parameter can end in overpopulation. The resources gives pupils the opportunity to control the parameters of rabbits and wolves in a natural setting. Using the set parameters, the simulation runs and displays the population...