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Last updated 24 July 2013, created 12 June 2013, viewed 116
I like to use this a PLENARY after pupils have done their own dice rolling and plotted bar charts. The computer can roll one, two or three dice 50, 200, or up to 1000000 times. Pupils see the shape of the graph approaching the theoretical distribution as the number of rolls is increased. It draws an More… instant bar chart. If pupils have rolled two dice it is a good challenge to see if they can predict the graph for three dice i.e. symmetrical about 10 and 11, I would welcome feedback on this resource.Adapted from a resource contributed to TES Connect by Crootie2
Adapted from a resource contributed to TES Connect by Crootie2
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This is a really nice resource which would be great if used as suggested in the description. This is similar to a problem on the nrich website which uses spinners instead - this would be a good extension after the lesson detailed above! Thank you for sharing.