Use the vocabulary of probability to discuss the likelihood of events. (a) Understand that some events are impossible (b) Understand that some events are certain to happen (c) Know that some events are more likely to occur than others (d) Understand the concept of possible outcomes, e.g. there are two possible outcomes for the gender of a baby (e) Understand that some events can happen in more than one way, e.g. there are three possible ways of getting an odd number with the throw of a die (f) Understand that probability is an expression of likelihood, and use terms such as a one in two chance (g) Identify different outcomes for a single trial

Independent events - L2 Probability

Submitted by Nick Worsley on Wed, 2018-01-24 20:50

Numeracy: Functional Maths - data handling, GCSE P4, HD2/L1.1, HD2/L1.2

Resource type: Worksheet or assignment

Level: L2, GCSE L1-5

Straightforward probability questions for L2 Functional Maths (dice, playing cards, socks, pens, etc.). Includes useful practice with simplifying fractions.
Plus an interesting extension question.

Halloween probability

Submitted by Judith White on Wed, 2007-10-10 16:18

Numeracy: HD2/L1.1, HD2/L1.2

Free tags: Halloween

Level: L1

Resource type: Worksheet or assignment

Wonderful differentiated topical practice in expressing the likelihood of single events.

Football statistics.

Submitted by Keith Ball on Mon, 2007-10-08 16:18

Numeracy: HD1/L1.3, HD2/L1.1, HD2/L1.2

Context: Sport

Level: L1

Resource type: Worksheet or assignment

Find out which premiership team has the best (and worst!) value season ticket, look at the probabilities of different half time scores, and much more.

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