Spin the big wheel! Each spin can result in no prize, a small prize, or a big prize. The wheel can be spun by 1, 10, or 100 players. Results are recorded on a frequency table or a circle graph. You can also design your own wheel and a sign that describes the probabilities for your wheel.
Experiment: Distribute the colour tally sheets (three to the page for the three trials). Colour Tally Total Green Blue Red In pairs, students work together to conduct three trials. Each trial consists of 20 times that one counter is removed from the bag. Each time the counter is removed, a tally mark is
A spinner is used for which it is equally probable that the pointer will land on any one of six regions. Three of the regions are colored red , two are colored green, and one in colored yellow. If the pointer is spun twice, find . Math. The table shows the results of rolling a number cube labeled one through six 50 times.
Question 314743: Spinner Experiment Results Color | # of times spun Blue | 28 Green | 16 Purple | 6 Red | 12 Yellow | 18 if one more trial of the experiment is performed what is the probability that the color red will be spun? Answer by stanbon(75887) (Show Source):
If I have a spinner and then spinner has the numbers 1,2,3,4 on it and it is spun 3 times, what is the probability that the spinner will stop on 4,3,and 1 ? In that order? Answered by Leeanne Boehm. Rolling 5 sevens before rolling a six or an eight: 2002-01-20: From Tony:
Jennifer will spin the spinner 600 times. About how many times should Jennifer expect the spinner to land on a 2? A 75 B 150 C 200 D 300 13. Kristy rolled 2 number cubes, each labeled 1 through 6. She rolled the cubes 400 times, added the two numbers showing, and recorded the results. About how many times should Kristy expect a sum of 8? A 50 B ...
George spun the spinner 300 times. A table of outcomes is shown. Part- Times Spun 1 - 42 2 - 66 3 - 63 4 - 72 5 - 57 Based on the table, what is an estimated probability of the spinner . math. A spinner that has 5 areas of equal size, blue, red, green, yellow, and purple, is spun 25 times. The results are shown in the table.
To be effective, the test must be performed properly and the results interpreted correctly. This article gives an overview of the most important aspects of this investigation, highlighting signs to look for and what they may mean. Citation: Yates A (2016) Urinalysis: how to interpret results. Nursing Times; Online issue 2, 1-3.