While taking up the test, I wanted to give the students a sense of how evaluating the Theoretical Probability might look using a Tree Diagram; I am not sure if I had to capitalize that, but I am going to give it the respect it deserves!
- spinning an Orange
- spinning a Green
- spinning a Red
The coin has two possible outcomes:
In the next exercise, you will be taking two Independent events (rolling a die or flipping a coin or spinning on a spinner that has no bearing on the result of the other) and calculating:
1. The Theoretical Probability
2. The Experimental Probability
\To assist you with #1, you are going to create a Tree Diagram. Here is an example from the Internet:
Here is my sample, initial draft, following the poster, the Success Criteria, the Adjective word sheet, and the Persuasive word sheet. I typed this up late last night, so there may be editorial changes needed!!