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 Find and justify theoretical probabilities

Year 8 and 9 (age 12-14)

R11: Match the spinner with the frequency table. Eight spinners are spun 100 times and the results recorded in tables. Which spinner goes with which table?

R12: Match the spinner with the graph. Eight spinners are spun 100 times and graphs are generated. Which spinner goes with which graph?

Years 10 and 11 (age 14-16)
A game is played by spinning each spinner once. To win a prize the two spinners must stop at the same letter. Work out the probability both spinners wil stop at the same letter and how much is won or lost in a game.

R13a: Spinners game worksheet

 Identify all the mutual exclusive outcomes of an experiment

Year 8 (age 12-13)

R13b: A page showing a variety of spinners in pairs. Click change to generate more spinners.

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