CBSE Grade 10, ICSE Grade 9
Imagine a game played with two players and two dice: if the biggest number rolled is one, two, three, or four, player 1 wins. If the biggest number rolled is five or six, player 2 wins. Who has the best probability of winning the game? Leonardo Barichello explains how probability holds the answer to this seemingly counterintuitive puzzle.
Students will be able to…
- Define event, outcome, trial, simple event, sample space and calculate the probability that an event will occur.
- Calculate the probability of events for more complex outcomes.
- Solve applications involving probabilities.
Suggested Teaching Method
- Show Video
- Set Expectations
- Exercise to elicit thinking
- Discussion with briefing