Students learn how to measure the likelihood of an event happening using keywords, fractions, decimals and percentages. Later, learning progresses on to calculating a relative frequency and using tree diagrams to find the probability of two or more events.
In this lesson there are five grade 8 and 9 maths problems for higher ability students.
Calculating the speed, distance and time for two part journeys.
Connecting permutations, number properties and money to deepen students understanding of place value.