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Chance: Stage 2

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Chance: Stage 2
Where Am I in the Syllabus?
MA2-19SP
Describes and compares chance events in social and experimental contexts
Misconceptions?
Randomness
"The key to the development is the recognition of randomness" (Way, 2016)
How do we teach it?
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Independence of Events
Identify and discuss events where the chance of one event occurring will not be affected by the occurrence of the other, eg obtaining a 'head' when tossing a coin does not affect the chance of obtaining a 'head' on the next toss
Identify events where the chance of one occurring will not be affected by the occurrence of the other
Questions
Representation
References
Board of Studies NSW. (2012). NSW Syllabus for the Australian Curriculum: Mathematics
K-6. Retrieved from http://syllabus.bos.nsw.edu.au/mathematics/mathematics-k10/

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Hikarian Animations,. (2012). Coin Toss. Retrieved from

Khan Academy,. (2016). Independent & dependent probability. Retrieved from https://www.khanacademy.org/math/precalculus/prob-comb/dependent-events-precalc/v/independent-events-1

Lolly Shop Wangi,. (2015). Red Frogs, Green Frogs. Retrieved from http://www.lollyshopwangi.com.au/aussie-favourites/red-frogs-green-frogs/

Way, J. (2016). Chance. Lecture, The University of Sydney.

Bobis, J., Mulligan, J. & Lowrie, T. (2013). Mathematics for children: Challenging children
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Hikarian Animations,. (2012).
CJM Grafx,. (n.d.)
Lolly Shop Wangi,. (2015).

Khan Academy,. (2016).
"Events are said to be independent if the result of one event has no impact on the result of any other event."
Bobis, Mulligan & Lowrie, 2013, p.105
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