Friday, 8 March 2019

Unit 8 - Statistics and probability

Hello, hello!
Today we're starting a new unit called: Statistics and probability.


But... What are statistics?

And, what is probability?






Now, let's get to work:

Imagine that you have boarded an airplane.
The rows are numbered from 1 to 30, and there are six seats per row, three on each side of the isle. Seats in each row are labeled A through F.
Using that information, work together as a class to solve the problems listed below:

  1. How many seats are in the airplane? 
  2. What are your chances of sitting in row number 7?
  3. What are your chances of sitting in a window seat? 
  4. What are your chances of sitting in an "A" seat? 
  5. What are your chances of sitting in an even-numbered row?


I hope you found these useful!
Bye, bye, butterflies!

4 comments:

  1. Hi Remei!! Do we have to study probability & statistics for the exam on Tuesday?
    Thanks, Luna.��

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    1. Yes! It's important that you know how to express yourselves when talking about probability and statistics!

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  2. Hi Remei,
    BAD NEWS! I don't really understand the probability line, the line of even chance, unlikely,etc,etc.

    BEL*

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    1. Don't worry. We'll review it tomorrow and you'll remember what it is about.

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