# Egg roulette

This video shows two teachers playing a game of Egg roulette, taking it turns to smash eggs on their heads. The problem is three are raw and the remainder are cooked. This is a fun demonstration of a game of chance without replacement. This video relates to the Year 9 Probability lesson: Egg roulette: Part 1 whereby students use probabilistic reasoning to assign probabilities and solve conditional probability problems using two tables.

Year level(s) Year 9
Audience Teacher, Student
Purpose Teaching resource
Format Video
Teaching strategies and pedagogical approaches Mathematics investigation, Questioning
Keywords Conditional probability, Without replacement, Compound events

## Curriculum alignment

Strand and focus Probability
Topics Chance and probability
AC: Mathematics (V9.0) content descriptions
AC9M9P03
Design and conduct repeated chance experiments and simulations, using digital tools to compare probabilities of simple events to related compound events, and describe results

AC9M9P01
List all outcomes for compound events both with and without replacement, using lists, tree diagrams, tables or arrays; assign probabilities to outcomes

Numeracy progression Understanding chance (P6)