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Cookie Monster Game. By Sailifale Tuiolosega and Johnny Mahu. Made the Board Made the PowerPoint Downloaded Clipart. Created all the problems and made all the cards for the game. Sailii… Johnny…. How to Play the Game...Two Players.

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Cookie monster game

Cookie Monster Game

By Sailifale Tuiolosega

and

Johnny Mahu


Sailii johnny

Made the Board

Made the PowerPoint

Downloaded Clipart

Created all the problems and made all the cards for the game

Sailii… Johnny…


How to play the game two players
How to Play the Game...Two Players

  • 1. Roll die. Highest number goes first.

  • 2. First player answers card. If correct, he rolls the die and moves the number of spaces. If incorrect, he moves the number of spaces back.

  • 3. Each player takes turns until one player reaches the cookie at the end.


If Johnny rolled two dice 36 times, how many times would he expect to get a sum of five?

First, create a sample space for 2 dice.

Then, count the sums of five from the sample space.

There are 4 sums of five out of 36 total in the sample space.


  • The theoretical probability is expect to get a sum of five?

  • 4 out of 36. We can write this as a fraction, and reduce it to simplest

  • form by dividing both the numerator and denominator by 4.

  • 4 = 1

  • 36 9


Then we multiply the reduced probability by the number of times johnny rolled the dice
Then we multiply the reduced probability by the number of times Johnny rolled the dice.

  • 1 x 36 4 = 4 = 4 times.

  • 9 1 1 1

  • So we would expect Johnny to get a sum of five 4 times.


References
References times Johnny rolled the dice.

  • http://writingwonder.files.wordpress.com/2010/05/cookie-monster.jpg

  • http://www.polyvore.com/cgi/img-thing?.out=jpg&size=l&tid=17367956


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