How Likely Is It?
MMS Math Essentials & Vocabulary
Homework Help  MultipleChoice Skills Practice  
Did You Know? 
IXL Math
 BB.1 Combinations
 BB.2 Probability of one event
 BB.3 Make predictions
 BB.4 Probability of opposite, mutually exclusive, and overlapping events
 BB.5 Compound events  find the number of outcomes by counting
 BB.6 Probability of dependent and independent events
 BB.7 Factorials
 BB.8 Permutations
BBC Bitesize Math Probability Activity
Coin Tossing – Explore probability concepts by simulating repeated coin tosses.  
Hamlet Happens – Verify that rare events happen by drawing letters from a box.  
Spinners – Work with spinners to learn about numbers and probabilities.  
Stick or Switch – Investigate probabilities of sticking with a decision, or switching. 
Adjustable Spinner  Creating a Spinner to Examine Experimental and Theoretical Outcomes  
Fire  Simulating the Spread of a Wildfire Using Probability 
How Likely Is It?
(University Of Michigan)
Concept with Explanation
Selected Homework from ACE
The unit How Likely Is It? was created to help students:

Understand that probabilities are useful for predicting what will happen over the long run

Understand the concepts of equally likely and not equally likely;

Understand that a game of chance is fair only if each player has the same chance of winning, not just a possible chance of winning;

Understand that there are two ways to build probability models: by gathering data from experiments (experimental probability) and by analyzing the possible equally likely outcomes (theoretical probability);

Understand that experimental probabilities are better estimates of theoretical probabilities when they are based on larger numbers of trials;

Develop strategies for finding both experimental and theoretical probabilities; and

Critically interpret statements of probability to make decisions or answer questions.