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Probability

I love the language and ideas that come from doing probability. Here's some ideas for two activity sheets.


Probability

Choose one of these words for each event:

impossible - unlikely - likely - certain

Give reasons for each of your choices.

 

  • Tomorrow will be Christmas day.
  • I shall have pizza to eat tonight.
  • It will be sunny tomorrow.
  • I will be in school tomorrow.
  • I shall be in New Zealand tonight.
  • It will get dark tonight.
  • I shall be in bed by 10:00pm this evening.
  • Tomorrow will be my birthday.
  • I will be in school at 2pm this afternoon.
  • I will get full marks in my spelling test.


Dice Games

Have a go at playing the dice games described below.

Game number:

You win if....

1.

you throw an even number.

2.

you throw an odd number.

3.

you throw a number in the two times table.

4.

you throw a number greater than four.

5.

you throw a number in the three times table.

6.

you throw a number less than three.

7.

you throw a number greater than three.

8.

you throw a number greater than six.

9.

you throw a single digit number.

10.

you throw a number which has a pattern of dots in which there are three dots in a straight line.

Copy and complete this table into your maths books.

Game Number

Possible Winning Throws

Possible Losing Throws

Chance of winning?

1

2, 4, 6

1, 3, 5

equal chance

2

etc.

Choose a word to describe your chances of winning each game.

impossible - unlikely - equal chance - likely - certain




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