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258- Probability Problems and Experiments

Thursday, April 14, 2011: 3:00 PM-4:30 PM
Grand Ballroom IX (JW Marriott)
Lead Speaker:
Richard Rukin

Students can best understand probability by experiencing it. Using hands-on experiments and carefully selected problems can help students make sense of how and why probability properties work. Participants will do experiments to demonstrate fundamental ideas such as independent and dependent events and expected value, and they will see interesting problems and activities that get students involved.

Presentation Format: 9-12 Gallery Workshop
Grade Band Audience: 9 to 12

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