How can we use data to determine the probability of an event?AIM:Textbook pp.17&19, #1-5,19Announcements: Project is due WEDNESDAY, March 15, 2017HW: What Do You Expect, Answer Google classroom Pi problem to be enter into the raffle to Pi your teacher in the face! Log into your RKA GMAIL account. Accept the Google Classroom Invitation and answer the question. Do Now:What are the chances of getting a 2 when you roll a number cube? Are you more likely to roll a 2 or a 6? The weather forecaster says the chance of rain tomorrow is 40%. What does this mean? Should you wear a raincoat? When you toss a coin, what are the chances of getting tails? Suppose you toss seven tails in a row. Are you more likely to get heads or tails on the next toss? Probability was introduced in class today. We used the context of flipping a coin to learn more about probability and how increasing the number of trials produces a noticeable pattern. We will be sharing group results tomorrow to compare data results even more.Classwork:Resources:
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