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Roman numerals


Work out the height of a box

Times graph

Flight departure times

Follow rules
Number bonds to 100
Add two numbers and round to the nearest 10
Use digit cards to make multiples

Fractions counter


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Circumference and area of circles

The Monty Hall Problem:
this probability puzzle caused a lot of discussion
Substitute cards:
substitute numbers in expressions
Reactions:
generate loads of numbers for statistical analysis
Birthday probabilty
Gradient of the line
joining two points


Quadratic
graphs

Circle theorems

Go to the activityTen polygons in a house
: replacement probability experiment

Multiplying algebraic terms

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Choose a doorThe Monty Hall Problem
GoatThe Monty Hall problem is a probability puzzle based on an American television game show. The host of the show was Monty Hall.
Contestants were faced with choosing to open one of three doors. Behind one of the doors was a car, behind each of the other two was a goat.
The contestant chose a door and then Monty Hall, who knew what was behind each door, opened one of the other two doors to reveal a goat. The contestant then had to decide whether to stick with his or her first choice or switch to the other closed door.
Is it better to switch or stick? Or doesn't it matter? What are the chances of winning the car? The problem created a great deal of argument and discussion.


Timer Timer: useful for timing tests and other timed activities.

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