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An interactive to determine the probability of balls landing in certain positions in an arrangement. Students can run the experiment in x100 sets to determine the experimental probability of winning. Results are given graph and table formats. Students can then determine the theoretical probability of winning and compare their results. A link to teacher notes and student solutions is included.
|Teaching strategies and pedagogical approaches
|Strand and focus
|Chance and probability
|AC: Mathematics (V9.0) content descriptions
Recognise that complementary events have a combined probability of one; use this relationship to calculate probabilities in applied contexts
Understanding chance (P6)
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