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Math Review. 1. -5345 - -2300 2.) What is the probability of rolling a 1 or 2 on a 6 sided die? 3. An apple pie recipe call for 6 apples per pie. How many apples will be needed to make 15 pies? 4. Write an equation: twenty-three minus two times a number is fifteen.

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math review
Math Review

1. -5345 - -2300

2.) What is the probability of rolling a 1 or 2 on a 6 sided die?

3. An apple pie recipe call for 6 apples per pie. How many apples will be needed to make 15 pies?

4. Write an equation: twenty-three minus two times a number is fifteen.

5. Write 58% as a fraction and a decimal.

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Math Review

-3045

2/6 = 1/3

1. -5345 - -2300

2.) What is the probability of rolling a 1 or

2 on a 6 sided die?

3. An apple pie recipe call for 6 apples per pie.

How many apples will be needed to make 15 pies?

4. Write an equation: twenty-three minus two

times a number is fifteen.

5. Write 58% as a fraction and a decimal.

90 apples

23 - 2X = 15

29/50, 0.58

objective
Objective
  • I can analyze the relationship between tree-diagrams and the multiplication principle of counting (factorial method).
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Line ‘Em Up!
  • Three Volunteers!
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Remind your neighbor
  • What a TREE Diagram is.
  • How is a tree diagram useful in solving math problems?
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What to wear?!
  • You have three shirts and two different pairs of slacks. How many outfits can you put together?
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Pizza!
  • How many ways can you eat a pizza which the choices of 2 crusts (thick, thin) and 3 toppings (pepperoni, sausage, olives)?
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Pizza!

THICK

THIN

Sausage

Sausage

Pepp.

Pepp.

Olives

Olives

How many different pizzas can be

made, with one topping on each?

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Math Club!
  • Anza Trail’s math club has 5 officers: 3 boys and 2 girls. You are forming a committee of 2 officers: one boy and one girl. How many different committees are possible?
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Math Club!

Alex

Brent

Chris

Dana

Mary

Dana

Mary

Dana

Mary

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Closure - Exit Ticket
  • What do you see as the pros and cons when using tree diagrams?