## Lessons (12)

- In this lesson, we will look at how we can represent probabilities as words and numbers.1 Slide deck1 Worksheet1 Quiz1 Video
- In this lesson, we will look at how we can calculate probabilities for complementary events.1 Slide deck1 Worksheet2 Quizzes1 Video
- In this lesson, we will look at calculating probabilities and putting events in order of likelihood. We will then calculate probabilities using spinners and number cards.1 Slide deck1 Worksheet2 Quizzes1 Video
- In this lesson, we will look at calculating theoretical probabilities and relative frequencies using spinners and dice as our examples.1 Slide deck1 Worksheet2 Quizzes1 Video
- In this lesson, we will look in more detail at calculating theoretical probabilities and relative frequencies using spinners and worded problems.1 Slide deck1 Worksheet2 Quizzes1 Video
- In this lesson, we will compare the probabilities of different events to see which is most likely.1 Slide deck1 Worksheet2 Quizzes1 Video
- In this lesson, we will represent the probabilities of combined events in a sample space.1 Slide deck1 Worksheet2 Quizzes1 Video
- In this lesson, we will look in more detail at how we can represent combined events and sample spaces.1 Slide deck1 Worksheet2 Quizzes1 Video
- In this lesson, we will look at how we can represent combined events as frequency trees.1 Slide deck1 Worksheet2 Quizzes1 Video
- In this lesson, we will look at how we can use area maps to calculate probabilities of combined events.1 Slide deck1 Worksheet2 Quizzes1 Video
- In this lesson, we will look at how we can represent combined events in a tree diagram.1 Slide deck1 Worksheet2 Quizzes1 Video
- In this lesson, we will look at examples of when a tree diagram is more useful for combined events than a sample space diagram.1 Slide deck1 Worksheet2 Quizzes1 Video