Transcript: What are the odds of picking one specific card out a full fifty-two deck of cards. We are doing the probability of picking a king of hearts out of fifty-two cards. We need a king of hearts out of fifty-two cards There are fifty-two cards in one deck of cards. A Deck of cards By: Demond Mettlach, Peter La, and Sam Moua Thats like one out of fifty-two What are the odds of picking a four of a kind? What are the odds of a picking a royal flush?
Transcript: Prayer book Almanac Bible Remembrance Day 11th November 12 months 4 Weeks in a month 52 weeks in a year Deck of cards 365 days in a year
Transcript: 1920-1946 8 of Hearts 1933-1945 Ace of Hearts 1933-1945 7 of Hearts Ilse Koch Viktor Brack -She was a prison guard at Sachsenhausen - Famously known for cruel and sadistic behavior of treatment towards inmates -She committed suicide in 1967 in prison - She was one of the worst women at camps during the Holocaust -German politician and military leader - Famously known for his influential abilities during WWII - He was placed on house arrest, put in prison, released, but found american troops and surrendered - He was one of the close people to Hitler 1922-1947 9 of Hearts -Adolf Hitler was the leader of the Nazi Party. -He was responsible for the Holocaust, which killed over 6 million Jews. -He committed suicide in 1945 (so they say) with his wife. -I chose Hitler as my Ace of Hearts because he was the leader of Germany and he hid the idea of the Holocaust even though there was written documents. 10 of Hearts Rudolf Hoess - He was a body guard and telephone operator - He was wounded during the polish campaign - He died of old age - He was one of the recent deaths of the Nazi Party Queen of Hearts 9 of Hearts - A Nazi Physician - Famously known for killing children by injecting chemicals into them and then would cut off their limbs and harvest vital organs while they were conscious. Also put things like sawdust into wounds - Sentenced of 20 years but dies in 10 - She was a completely horrible person with sadistic behaviors - He was a chief to Adolf Hitler - He is known for helping Hitler -Was arrested and killed - He helped Hitler with his tasks Hermann Goering Jack of Hearts -Served as chief in operation staff - He was a serious war criminal during this time He was killed by the death penalty - I chose because he was a high commander during WWII Herta Oberheusser 1920-1934 Jack of Hearts Juana Bormann Joeseph Goebbels -Goebbels was a German politician -Famous for spreading the Nazi message of Propaganda -He committed suicide and also poisoned his wife and 6 children - He was in the 3rd Reich King of Hearts King of Hearts - Author and Commander of Shutzstaffel -He was Hitlers Propaganda chief -Suicide by Cyanide Poisoning in 1945 - He was important in Propaganda Rochus Misch 6 of Hearts Alfred Jodl Julius Schnaub -Part of the political economics party - He systematically killed over 20,000 people(Germans and Austrians) -He was hung in 1948 - He found a way to kill many people Adolf Hitler 5 of Hearts 1919-1945 5 of Hearts 1944-2013 1944-1967 2 of Hearts Ace of Hearts 1932-1967 10 of Hearts 4 of Hearts 7 of Hearts Gregor Strasser - One of the longest serving Commandants of Auschwitz -Famously known for being part of the "Final Solution" -He was killed by capital punishment- He was one of Hitler's most trusted men during WWII and the Holocaust 6 of Hearts Hein Reich Himmler 3 of Hearts 2 of Hearts -Prison guard at Shultzshaffel -Famously known as the woman with the dogs because she lets dogs rip prisoners to shreds - Executed as a war criminal in 1945 - One of the most disgusting women in history 4 of Hearts Nazi Deck of Cards 1937-1945 Queen of Hearts 1940-1978 8 of Hearts 3 of Hearts - Head of the Nazi political organization He was a very influential and important figure for the Nazi -He was murdered by Hitlers orders in 1934 - He turned on Hitlers ideas and feeling 1923-1945 1929-1948 Logo
Transcript: unity symmetry everyone gets their deck of cards! DECK of CARDS theme your challenge: show some duality of opposites in your symmetry 1. plan & vote on a class-wide theme 2. pick 2-3 cards from a standard deck to draw you will create each card as an 8''x10'' 3. we will then scan in each card on the computer 4. send the images to a printing company, and... 5. contrast REQUIREMENTS: create 3-4 playing cards to complete a class deck. rotational vs. mirror PROCESS: our plan OWN number day 1: brainstorm themes, vote, deal cards & plan personal cards (3 ideas per card) day 2: sketch full size cards day 3: transfer images to final paper & add color day 4: work day day 5: work day day 6: matting of 3-4 cards what your cards must have: must connect and relate to the other cards in the deck based on the and -symmetry -contrast IN EACH CARD -unity (in suit & number) BECAUSE
Transcript: Paul Blobel Adolf Eichmann - A commandant of the Sobibor and Treblinka extermination camps - He was the superintendent of a program that killed handicap people - Died in prison of heart failure - I put him here because he was responsible for 900,000 deaths 7 - He was in charge of one of the largest collections of Einsatzgruppento - Was responsible for over 100,000 Jew deaths and watched 25,000 people get killed - After the war he was tried and hanged in Russia - I put him here because he was responsible for 100,000 deaths Franz Stangl 8 Heinrich Himmler - Chief of security in the third Reich - He was given the duty to destroy and enemies that were within the Reich - Ernst was hanged after the Nuremburg Trials - I put him here because he was the highest ranked SS man to be hanged 6 5 Q 10 3 1927- 1946 K By: Davis Bianchi - Head of Luftwaffe and founder of the Gestapo - Announced that Genocide of the Jews of Europe was now official Reich policy - Goring was sentenced to hang but committed suicide by taking cyanide the night before - I put him here because he was the head of the Luftwaffe which was big thing during the Holocaust 2 1919-1945 Adolf Eichmann - He was given the title of SS leader - Was responsible for the murders of millions of people and liquidating the Warsaw Ghetto -Committed suicide with a cyanide capsule hidden in his tooth - I put Globocnik here because he was responsible for the murders of many innocent people 6 2 2 Reinhard Heydrich A 2 A J Ernst Kaltenbrunner A J 1923-1945 6 5 J Odilo Globocnik 1923-1945 10 9 1932-1962 1931-1971 4 Oskar Dirlewanger Josef Mengele 9 7 Friedrich Jeckeln 4 Ernst Kaltenbrunner Reinhard Heydrich K J 9 4 1933-1945 - He led the SS Dirlewanger Brigade - Oskar fed female hostages strychine and made soldiers watch them die for entertainment - He was handed to Poland where they locked him up, beat him, and tortured him and died from these injuries - I put him here because he tortured, raped, and murdered civilians Adolf Hitler Q Josef Goebbels Adolf Hitler - He was in charge of Sonderkommando 4a of Einsatzgruppe C during the German invasion of Soviet Union - Was in charge of the Babi Yar in Kiev and admitted to having killed 10-15 thousand people - He was hanged in Landsberg Prison - I put Blobel here because he was responsible for the death of 15,000 people Paul Blobel 1929-1946 9 K 1931-1951 6 Nazi Deck Of Cards Q 8 Hermann Göring 5 Heinrich Himmler - President of RSHA - Played a big role in deporting 50,000 Jews to ghettos in Minsk and Riga - He was attack by Czech and Slovak soldiers and died a week later - I placed him here because Reinhard was given the unofficial title of the mastermind of the Holocaust 8 1931-1942 - He was known for his public speaking and his virulent antisemitism - His propaganda led to the extermination of Jews in the Holocaust. - Him and his wife committed suicide after they poisoned their 6 children - I put him here because he was a big part in propaganda which helped get the Nazi Party popular A 3 1930-1945 7 1932-1946 7 - Architect of the Holocaust -Himmler directed the killing of 6 million Jews - Captured after the war and committed suicide by cyanide he had hidden - I placed Himmler here because he was the architect of the Holocaust. Josef Mengele - He was a Lieutenant Colonel in the SS - Eichmann was in charge of organizing mass deportation - He was found by an Israeli spy in Argentina and taken to Israel and hanged after a public trial - I put him here because he was responsible for the mass deportation of all Jews 10 Odilo Globocnik Franz Stangl Q 10 3 - SS Physician who supervised the transporting of Prisoners. - All of the terrible experimentation on the prisoners - He fled to Brazil where he lived out his life and was never captured. - I put Mengele here because he is the Angel of Death and was responsible for many Jewish deaths K - Dictator of Nazi Germany -Responsible for Genocide of at least 6 million Jews and millions of other undesirables - Committed suicide to avoid being captured by the Red Army - I put him here because he was the Dictator of Nazi Germany 8 5 Oskar Dirlewanger 3 Hermann Göring 1937-1979 Fredrich Jeckeln 4 Josef Goebbels
Transcript: Fritz fischer joined 1937-2003 officer 8 of hearts nazi deck of cards dimond Hjamar schacht joined 1938-1970 minister of economics 9 of diamonds Irma Grese Herta Obereuser joined 1937-1987 doctor 7 of diamonds joined 1925-1946 cheif, ace of diamonds deputy famous for editing hiltlers book captured August Frank joined 1932-1984 deputy 5 of diamonds Rudolf Hess joines 1920-1987 politician queen of hearts isle koch joined 1937-1967 wife 3 of diamonds orginizer of the nazis fammous for his writings nuremburg i choose him on this place because he hleped hitler medical doctor for being wonded nurmanburg trials i choose this person because they were the one examining the people claudia jacobs was a doctor to examin people famous for his medical experemtents nuemburg tirals i choose this person because they had a good life before war was a lawyer for the Nazis famous for butcher went to the nuremburg trials i choose this person because of the fact that he killed all of those people was a lufa famous for his interwars was in the nuremburg trials i choose this peroson because they wern't so bad was in charge of making sure they were in line and behaving famous for his crimes i choose this person because they were more invovled in the back story helped her husband famous for being the wife of a dangerous man nuremburg trials i choose this perosn because she was the first person to be tried worked in the economics part mangage inflation nuremanburg i choose this person because they were the money part of the nazis martin borman Alfred rosenburg joined 1919-1946 orginizer of the nazi party 10 of hearts Hans Frank joined 1919-1946 lawyer king of diamonds Erhard Milch joined 1937-1982 officer 4 of dimonds private sectetary was know for the political murders demise- escape attempt i put this person were they are because they were close to Hitler and helped him phyaian famous for killing the people with an ejecion nurminburge trials i choose this person because of the way she killed people Karl Gebhardt joined 1933-1948 doctor 6 of diamonds
Transcript: King of Spades Senior Group leader and chief of police Responsible for over two million deaths Assassinated in 1942 I ranked him #6 because he was known as one of the most brutal figures in the Nazi party Nazi Deck of Cards Greta Bosel Ace of Spades Adolf Hitler Wilhelm Frick Reich minister of propaganda pressured Hitler to introduce measures that would produce total war He committed suicide with his wife after poisoning his 6 children with cyanide I ranked him #6 because he killed his own children Leader of the Nazi party Cause of millions of deaths He killed himself in 1945 I ranked him #4 because hes the reason of millions of deaths 9 of spades 1932-1962 Herman Goering Martin Bormann Eduard Dietl Wilhelm Frick Gottfried Feder 10 of spades 7 of spades 1937-1979 Queen of Spades Eduard Dietl German 3rd Mountain Division Participated in the German invasion of Normandy One of Hitlers favorite Generals I ranked him #3 because he helped invade Normandy Joseph Goebbels 1923-1945 Reinhard Heydrich Marin Bormann Ilse Koch Greta Bosel 6 of spades commander-in-chief of the luftwaffe Founded the Gestapo He was sentenced to death after being convicted for war crimes, crimes against humanity, and crimes against peace He committed suicide by ingesting cyanide I ranked him #8 because he founded the Gestapo and was the head of the Luftwaffe 3 of spades Heinrich Himmler Josef Mengele Adolf Eichmann 8 of spades 1924-1945 One of the people directly responsible for the holocaust He killed himself a day after he was arrested by the british I ranked him #5 because he was one of the main people behind the holocaust Nazi SS lieutenant colonel Transported millions of jews to their deaths Escaped and then captured in 1960 and hung for his crimes I made him 3rd because he sent millions their deaths 1919-1944 1919-1941 Adolf Eichmann 2 of spades Reinhard Heydrich Reich Leader Convicted of war crimes and crimes against humanity He committed suicide in 1945 I ranked him #4 because he was Hitlers personal secretary and in his inner circle She became an camp guard between 1939-1943 1932- 1967 Gottfried Feder Ilse Koch 4 of spades German Physician and SS captain Most Famous for his inhumane medical experiments He escaped and drowned in Brazil in 1979 I ranked him #1 because of the cruel experiments he did on the inmates Heinrich Himmler 1931- 1942 Concentration camp guard She determined if the arriving prisoners were fit to work or not She had no regards to human life She was put on trial and sentenced to death I ranked her #6 because she had no regards to human life and stated "If they cannot work, let them die" 5 of spades She was known for her cruel and sadistic behavior She made lamps and other things from the skin of specially killed inmates, normally ones with artistic tattoos She was sentenced to life in prison and committed suicide in 1967 I put her as second because of the brutal things she did to the inmates 1922-1945 Jack of spades Reich Minister Accused of being one of the people responsible for the concentration camp He was executed in 1946 I ranked him #2 because he was in Hitler's original cabinet and may have been one of the people responsible for the concentration camps Josef Mengele Joseph Goebbels Adolf Hitler 1927-1945 Early Key Members of the Nazi party His speech inspired Hitler to join the German Workers' Party Died in 1941 I ranked him #5 because he inspired Hitler to join and create the Nazi party 1922-1946 1933-1946 Hermann Goering
Transcript: hearts - What is the probability of drawing a 2? Yes, 3/10 chance of drawing a 2. - What is the probability of drawing a heart? Correct! There is a 2/5 chance of drawing a heart from the mini deck. Now for a curve ball, if we took the full deck that is missing the cards from our mini deck what is the probability of drawing a 2? Our first step is to determine how many 2's are left in the full deck. If we have three 2's in our mini deck that means there is only one left in the full deck. With this in mind, figure out the probability fraction. Great job, the probability of drawing a 2 from the full deck is 1/42. ...this guy, Pierre de Fermat, who was a fellow mathematician. These two exchanged letters and discussed the question that had been asked by de Méré along with other probability problems. These two men are credited for founding the probability theory. 2 diamonds Future Impact Finish up with the second to last person's second turn, then pass the deck to the last person and look up toward the board. That was fun right, but how do we learn probability from drawing cards? Can anyone tell me what probability is? How do we find it? You are on the right track. We figure out the total number of that which we are taking from, in this case it is the total number of cards. How many cards are in a deck? Fifty-two, correct. First things first! I am going to split you up into groups of three by giving each of you a number, 1 -4. With that in mind, I want each group to tell me the card they drew the most. Starting with group 1. First give me the top five ranks that occurred most and then the number of times each suit was drawn. clubs Brief History of Probability (n.d.). TeacherLink.org. Retrieved from http://www.teacherlink.org/content/math/interactive/probability/history/briefhistory/home.html The Vast Use of Probability in Real Life (2012). MIT. Retrieved from http://www.mitaoe.ac.in/the-vast-use-of-probability-in-real-life Mathematics Standards (2015). Arizona Department of Education. Retrieved from http://www.azed.gov/standards-practices/mathematics-standards-2/ Ok, we will start by first we figure out how many Jack's, 3's, 5's, 10's, and 2's there are in the deck. There are four cards for each rank, so how many Jack's, 3's, 5's, 10's, and 2's are in the entire deck? Take that number, 20, and put it over the total number of cards in the deck, 52. Don't forget to simplify your fraction. Now that you know the basic steps for figuring out the fraction that shows the probability of drawing a card of those four ranks, you need to figure out the fractions for each of the suits. How many suits are in a deck? That is right and each rank has one of each suit. With this is mind, how many hearts are in one deck? 6 Return to your regular seats and we will do another activity until the end of class. I am going to take one deck and shuffle it well. Now I will randomly take ten cards without looking at them and this will become our "mini deck" which I will put up on the board. Deck of Cards I plan of doing a related activity to the one presented above where the students play five-card draw and the move onto five-card stud. Not gambling, of course, but simply working through a couple of hands figure out the probabilities of getting the cards they need. –For anyone that does not know these poker games; five-card draw: five cards are dealt out, the players each have an opportunity to get rid of any cards that do not benefit their hand, and have them replaced with new cards from the deck - best hand wins. Five-card stud: two cards are dealt face down followed by one card face up. Everyone bets (or in our case probabilities are made) and another card is dealt face up, and then the fifth card is dealt face down - best hand wins. Standards For example... Has the first person in each group drawn five cards? Ok good, and have you recorded what cards you had? Great, now put your cards back and pass the deck to the next person on your right. Repeat the process of drawing five cards and recording what you drew. Continue this until everyone but the last person has gone twice. Now let's figure out the probability of drawing these cards based on their rank. For those that don't know, the rank of a card refers to the face value of that card. So ace, 2, 3.... jack, queen, king. Where do you believe we should begin? Now that you have your graphs done, I want you to make a prediction about what five cards will be drawn next. When you have finished your predictions the last person in the group may make the final draw. Don't forget to record what is draw. - What were the results of your final draw from the deck? I will then write the results up on the board. - Now I want each of you to tell me what your predictions were? - How did they match up with what you drew? ...by this guy, Chevalier de Méré, who was a nobleman that liked to gamble. He had developed an approach to calling dice that worked well. He got tired of that approach and attempted to
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