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Math: My Smarties Project on Probability. Gr. 8 St. Marguerite School Spruce Grove, Alberta. Smarties Project. I learnt that there is more probability in getting something if there is more than one. My most probable colors were red, blue and green.

Math: My Smarties Project on Probability

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Math: My Smarties Project on Probability

Gr. 8

St. Marguerite School

Spruce Grove, Alberta

- I learnt that there is more probability in getting something if there is more than one.
- My most probable colors were red, blue and green.
- It simplifies math because you can gain a better understanding of probability.

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Ammon

- I learned that probability is not the most accurate way to predict things.
- My most probable color from my box was green.
- Spreadsheets help us do Math because it spreads out our work for us to make it easier to read.

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Brandon

- I learned that probability is how often you can choose a certain object.
- The most probable color I have was brown.
- A spreadsheet helps space out you math work and it is a lot neater then my writing.

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Mark

- I learned that probability is influenced by percentages.
- My most probable color was red.
- The spreadsheet simplified the math because it had a lot of shortcuts that did some of the math for us.

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Ryan

- We learned a lot about probability when we did the Smarties such as learned percentage and lots of other stuff too.
- The most I had of each Smarties was Blue and Yellow which both had three.
- Spreadsheet helps simplify math by it has a built in calculator and also it simplifies numbers that you want it to.

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Tristan

- When we did the Smartie project, I learned that just because there is a great possibility of picking a certain color doesn’t mean it will be picked.
- The most probable color from my original box of Smarties is brown.
- It helps because everything from making graphs to putting a decimal number to a percent is easier just from the touch of a button.

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Amy

- What I have learned about probability doing this project is that if you have a high percentage of a certain Smartie, you are most likely to pull out that color from the box.
- The most probable color from my original box of Smarties was brown.
- Spreadsheet simplifies Math because you are able to make charts and the information is right in front of you. This makes it easier to understand probability.

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Amanda

- I learned that the probability of getting the same box is impossible.
- The most probable color from my Smartie box was orange and yellow.
- The math spreadsheet helps organizes your work and helps simplify the math.

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Kimberley

- I learned that when you have more of a color you are more likely to have that color than the rest but since there is still other colors there is still a chance of getting another color.
- My most probable was yellow.
- How does spreadsheet simplify Math? “It doesn’t.”

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Kelsey

- I learned that when you get a box of Smarties, the probability of getting the same box is close to impossible.
- The most probable color from my Smartie box was brown.
- The spreadsheet simplifies math and organizes your work.

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Angela

- I learned that probability is not the most accurate way to predict things.
- My most probable color from my box of Smarties was orange.
- Spreadsheet helps us with our Math because is spreads out our work for us to make it easier to read.

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Brad

- When completing this project, I leaned how to use a spreadsheet. I also learned how to use certain formulas and learned about probability.
- The most probable color of Smartie I could pull from my Smartie box would be either Purple or Orange.
- A spreadsheet simplifies math by allowing us to use different formulas and gives us a little better understanding of it.

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Jennifer

- What I learned was that even though the chances seem high, there's a really bad chance that you will get the thing that has the highest probability.
- The most probable Smartie in my Smartie box was the red and the purple smarties.
- The spreadsheet helps you gain a better understanding of probability.

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Shawn

- I learned that probability is the chances of you picking a certain Smartie out of a bunch.
- Pink was my most probable color.
- It makes it easier to see what's going on.

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Clayton

- I learned that you only have a chance out of the number of Smarties you have to pick the colors you have.
- My most probable color from my original box of Smarties was orange.
- I don’t have to write all the information down I can just type it.

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Katie

- What I learned about probability is the chance of picking a Smartie out of the box.
- The most color that I picked out of my Smartie box is blue.
- It calculates things that would take me a long time to calculate and is easier to read.

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Nathan

- I learned that if there's a higher percent of a certain color of smartie, you will usually choose that color of smartie. Sometimes you can still choose a smartie with a low probability though.
- The most probable colors from my original box of Smarties was green and yellow.
- Spreadsheet simplifies math because you can make charts on it so that you can see everything in front of you and it helps you to understand probability better when you see pictures of it. There are also tools that you can use so thatyou won’t make mistakes in your math.

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Elizabeth

- By doing this assignment, I learned how to use MicrosoftExcel, and the the theoretical probability of a Smartie Box.
- The most probable color of Smartie in my original box would be either brown, yellow, pink, or purple.
- Spreadsheet simplifies math because it allows you to put in formulas which solves to probability problems for you. If it wasn’t for this, than calculating the problems would take too much time.

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Stephanie

- I learned that probability is the theoretical chance of picking something out of a bunch of objects.
- The most probable color out of my original box of Smarties was red.
- It simplifies it because it spaces it out and it is easier to look at it.

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Ryland

- The most probable color of Smarties from my original box was brown and purple.
- Spreadsheet helps simplify math because it lets you make graphs to see the information right in front of you.

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Shannon

- I learned how to make pie and bar charts using the Smarties project.
- The most probable color form my original box of Smarties is brown and pink.
- A spreadsheet helps simplify math by doing the calculations.

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Matt

- I learned that if there is a higher percent of a color of Smarties you have a higher chance of pulling that color.
- The most probable color from my original box of Smarties was green.
- Spreadsheet simplifies math because you are able to make charts and can see everything laid out before to make it easier. It helps you to understand probability better when all the information is in front of you. There are also tools that can be used so that you don’t make any mistakes in your math.

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Kayla

- I learned that I am very good at predicting what I will pick out of the box.
- The most probable color I could choose first was purple.
- They simplify them by letting you build graphs and letting you auto-sum your numbers.

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Tyler

- I learned that probability will help me from years from now with work.
- The most probable Smartie in my box of Smarties would have to be Yellow.
- It helps to see the problems and the simplicity of the question.

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Kevin

- I learned that when you have to guess you may or may not get the specific thing that you wanted to get, or thought that you would get.
- I had two most probable colors in my box red and yellow.
- The spreadsheet lets you add up the numbers. It also allows you to have things separated so that you can find your work more easily.

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Jenny

- What I learned about probability. I learned that picking or choosing the right Smartie that you pull is very slim.
- The most probable Smartie that I would choose would be brown, then red, and so on.
- Spreadsheet simplifies math by pretty much saving all the multiplying and dividing.

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Cody

- I learned that probability means that the more you have of something the more likely to pick it out.
- My most probable color from my original Smarties box is green.
- Spreadsheet helps me with my math because instead of using a calculator to add everything, it is there already for you.

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Paige

- I’ve learned that if you have a large amount of something, you have a better chance of choosing it.
- The most probable colors from my Smarties chart is Red, Blue, Yellow and Orange.
- The spreadsheet helps simplifies math because you don’t need a calculator every time you have to add something up.

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Rebecca

- What I learned about probability is that it is not the most accurate way to predict things.
- My most probable color from my box of Smarties was purple.
- Spreadsheet helps us with Math because it spreads out are work for us to make it easier to read.

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O.J.

- I learned that that no matter what color you pull out of the box it can’t always be what you guess.
- The most probable color in my original box of Smarties was yellow.
- How does spreadsheet simplify Math? I simplifies math by making it easier to make graphs and write your information to keep it organized.

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James

- What I have learned from this project was that sometimes probability can work and sometimes not. For example you might have a 45% chance of pulling pink, but instead pull a purple.
- The most probable color of from my original Smartie box was brown.
- The spreadsheet simplified math because it is easier to absorb probability and understand what the graph is telling you.

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Jaclyn

- I learned that the probability of getting a certain color of a Smartie is greater if there is more of that color, then what there would be if there was a less amount of the color.
- The most probable color from my original box of Smarties were red, yellow, pink, purple, and orange.
- A spread sheet simplifies math by doing the math for us, and making the graphs.

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Alisha

- I learnt that you only have a chance out of the number of Smarties you have to pick the colors you have.
- The most probable was purple.
- I don’t have to write the information I just have to type.

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Melissa

- I learned that the chance increases if there are more of one kind.
- Brown was my most probable Smartie.
- Spreadsheet makes it easier to do so you don’t have to do it in your head.

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Matthew

So when you eat your Smarties, do YOU eat the red ones last?