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Learning Intention Long-Run Relative Frequency. Success Criteria Calculate probabilities from Long-run experiments and results. Do Now – Recapping Theoretical probabilities. When a die is tossed what is the probability that the result is even?

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learning intention long run relative frequency

Learning IntentionLong-Run Relative Frequency

Success Criteria

Calculate probabilities from Long-run experiments and results

do now recapping theoretical probabilities
Do Now – Recapping Theoretical probabilities
  • When a die is tossed what is the probability that the result is even?
  • A spinner is divided into 5 equal sectors numbered 1 to 5. What is P(3)? P(number greater than 1)?
  • A bag contains 6 blue marbles, 3 white and 4 green marbles. What is the probability of choosing at random:
    • A blue marble?
    • A blue or green marble?
long run relative frequency
Long-run Relative Frequency
  • Not equally likely outcomes
  • Repeat the situation a large number of times under the same circumstances.
  • P(event) = number of times event happens

number of trials

  • E.g. Describe how you would

determine the probability that a

coin when tossed onto a square

grid like this one will land completely

inside a square (not on a line).

  • You would draw up the grid and carry out the

experiment (at least 30 times).

Draw up a tally table and complete it.