I solve several probability problems involving compound events by listing all the possible outcomes or by drawing a tree diagram.
The situations include:
- choosing two students from among five to clean the classroom
- tossing a coin 2 times
- tossing a coin 3 times
- picking two cards randomly from a set of cards.
This lesson suits grades 7-8.
Learn more 7th grade math with Math Mammoth Grade 7 Curriculum at http://www.mathmammoth.com/complete/grade_7.php
Tagged under: compound events,tree diagram,grade 7,Probability (Measurement System)
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