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Probability Reflective Blogpost


In Maths we have been learning to:


  • compare and describe the variation between theoretical and experimental distributions in situations that involve elements of chance.


  • calculate probabilities, using fractions, percentages, and ratios.


Here is a link to our online modelling book that supports this learning.


Here is some evidence of my learning.
  • Include screenshots for all 4 of the IXL activities.
  • Link to extended abstract text book activity ( make this link live with your learning) or include some images if you did this work in your Maths book.
  • Link to Extended abstract Figure it out activities ( Make this link live with your learning)



My next step is to continue to apply my knowledge of statistics and probability in a variety of real world situations and contexts.

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