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#### Numerical Computations: Counting Out Probability

Keep your heads up while counting. Pupils use an interactive to create a table with the possible outcomes of flipping three coins and then determine the probabilities of getting certain combinations of heads and tails.

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#### Fundamental Counting Principle with and without Repetition: Outfit Combinations

But I have nothing to wear! Using an interactive, individuals create all possible outfits from three shirts, one belt, and two pairs of pants. Answering a set of challenge questions helps them see what they have learned from the experience.

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#### Basic Counting Rules: Sandwich Shop

Young mathematicians make a tree diagram of all possibilities for sandwiches using an interactive. They learn how multiplication speeds up the process of finding the number of outcomes.

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#### Sample Spaces and Events: Triple Spin!

Scholars determine the number of possible outcomes when a spinner is spun three times. They start with the case of one spin and build up to the case of three spins.

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#### Venn Diagrams: Planets and Dwarf Planets of the Solar System

Yes, Venn diagrams are helpful in science, too. Learners use an interactive to classify celestial bodies as having moons, as dwarf plants, as both, or as neither. They answer a set of challenge questions based on the Venn diagrams they...

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#### Sets: Bikes or Boards?

Do people ride, slide, or do both? Pupils use an interactive Venn diagram for the numbers of people owning bicycles, owning skateboards, or both. An interactive provides questions for them to answer using the diagram.

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#### Empirical Probability: Scoring

Learners use an interactive to determine the probability that a soccer player will score a goal. Given data over the course of several days, they determine probabilities for several different situations.

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#### Measurement of Probability: Basketball Throw

Future mathematicians use an interactive to see how changing the size of a basketball court and the size of a region in the court affects the probability that a ball will randomly fall within the specified region. No calculations are...

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#### Measurement of Probability

Stockings make your legs warmer and math more enjoyable. A drag-and-drop interactive has pupils take stockings out of drawers to calculate probabilities. This includes dependent events where the probabilities depend on previous stocking...

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#### Definition of Probability: It's in the Bag!

It's not in the bag. An interactive provides the probability of picking a certain color marble from a bag after several marbles have been removed. Young mathematicians learn about dependent events from this resource.

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#### Theoretical and Experimental Probability: Pizza Night!

Take a bite out of an enticing resource. Scholars use an interactive to study dependent events. They see how the number of favorable outcomes and total number of outcomes changes as individuals "eat" pieces of pizza.

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#### Intercepts and the Cover-Up Method: The Hidden Zeros

There's no need to cover up this resource — it's good one! Pupils use a slider interactive that covers up parts of the standard form of a linear equation and simultaneously reveals one of the intercepts of the graph. This lets them see...

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#### Horizontal and Vertical Line Graphs

See how vertical and horizontal lines have special equations. Scholars drag vertical and horizontal lines onto a coordinate plane to graph given equations. They then answer a set of challenge questions on the topic.

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#### Slope: Danger Mountain

There's no danger in using an exciting resource. Pupils use an interactive to change the slope of a sledding path and see how the equation changes. They then apply information about safe slopes to see if their sledding paths are...

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#### Linear Inequalities in Two Variables

Take the tediousness out of finding solutions of inequalities by graphing. Individuals use an interactive that allows them to adjust a system of inequalities on a coordinate plane. Using the interactive helps find solutions to systems of...

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#### Graphs of Linear Functions: Line Designs

Designs from lines are sublime. Scholars create colorful designs by connecting points on an interactive coordinate plane. They answer questions about slope and quadrants based on their designs.