How to Calculate Probability. Probability is the measure of how likely an event is to occur out of the number of possible outcomes. Calculating probabilities can seem tricky at first, but once you learn the simple formula, you'll be able.
This free grade math scavenger hunt focuses on problems involving probability. Topics include finding total possible outcomes, permutations, combinations, finding the probability of independent events, and finding the probability of dependent events.
Permutation and Factorials! These task cards are a great reinforcement - they're bright and fun with blank ones included for students to design their own!
Counting Principle & Permutation Task Cards
Do you need more questions to use to provide practice with the counting principle and/or permutations? These 36 task cards focus on using the counting principle and calculating permutations. Both color and black/white copies are included.
Permutation and Combinations - Wendy's Letter Project - use combinations to show that the bag is wrong. Have your students write a letter to Wendy's showing the math and they will get a coupon for a frosty!