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This is about odds and chance, experimental and theoretical. Use coins, cards, and dice to explore the chances of events occurring. Look at tree diagrams, combinations, and permutations.

KEYWORDS

theoretical probability

experimental probability

fundamental counting principle

permutations and combinations

- Statistics and Probability by Nicholas Faulkner (Editor); Erik Gregersen (Editor) Adhering to state and national math standards, this informative volume introduces readers to a world they may know little about: statistics and probability. In an effort to better forecast the future for gains and combat the potential losses of uncertainty, numerous areas have come to rely on the power of these disciplines. This book introduces the historical and mathematical basis of statistics and probability, as well as their application to everyday situations. Readers will also meet the prominent thinkers who advanced the field for those who followed.Call Number: GALE eBook (unlimited copies)Publication Date: 2017
- Isaac Newton and Physics for Kids by Kerrie Logan Hollihan Features text, illustrations, and twenty-one hands-on projects that explore the life and scientific concepts of Isaac Newton, including instructions for building a simple waterwheel, creating a seventeenth-century plague mask, tracking the phases of the moon, testing Newton's Three Laws of Motion using coins, a skateboard, and a model boat they construct themselves, and other activities. The text includes a time line, online resources, and reading list for further study.Call Number: 530.092 HOLPublication Date: 2009
- Statistics and Probability by Elisa Peters; Shalini Saxena (Editor) This book offers a broad collection of the principles of statistics and probability in a nice, compact format for the middle school and early high school student. Interesting text and background bring the principles to life. the topics are often enriched by references to famous mathematicians who discovered these principles and also snapshots of these principles at work in our real world. Seldom does a math book bring together the story of so many of these topics in such an accessible and readable text.Call Number: GALE eBook (unlimited copies)Publication Date: 2015

- Percent and Fractions: Probability - BBC This Skillswise lesson from BBC will help you learn about probability. Five fact sheets define probability and explain how it works. View the probability scale and try tossing a coin and rolling some dice to better understand probability and statistics. You will learn different ways to write probabilities. See if you can beat the odds when you play an online probability card game. Take one of three quizzes and use the printable worksheets to practice even more.

VIEW FULL LESSON: What happens if you guess? - Leigh Nataro | TED-Ed

Will it rain tomorrow? How likely is your favorite team to win the Super Bowl? Questions like these are answered through the mathematics of probability.

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