22 May 2015

22 May, S3/4 - Year 10*

Driving Question: When is probability used in the real world?


Learning Target: To use probability to solve puzzles.
Success Criteria
Beginning
To demonstrate calculating the probability of single events. 
Developing
To demonstrate calculating the probability of two equally likely events happening at once. 
Mastering
To investigation calculating the probability of multiple events. 

Resources

Beginning

B1
Simple probability examples:


Stick on Maths - Probability (open in Keynote)


B5




B4




















Developing
D1









Mastering

M1


M2









M6
Question 1
A bag contains 3 black and 6 white counters. One counter is drawn and then replaced. A second counter is then drawn.

a) Draw a tree diagram to represent this, find the probability of each outcome.

b) What is the probability of:
i) Both counters being black;
ii) At least one white;
iii) one white and one black.

Question 2
A bag contains 3 black and 6 white counters. One counter is drawn but not replaced. A second counter is then drawn.

a) Draw a tree diagram to represent this, find the probability of each outcome.

b) What is the probability of:
i) Both counters being black;
ii) At least one white;
iii) one white and one black.


M7

Solving problems with tree diagrams











22 May, S1/2 - Year 11*

MangaHigh Revision

MangaHigh.com is a game based website that can help you with every area of maths. Follow the links below to practice your skills:

Revision Help

Move to Grade C
Revision Questions
PodCasts
Flash Cards & Trail

Exam Questions by Topic

D to C Checklist
Complete the PixL Checklist to help us understand the topics we need to help you with.
Check through the list below. If you think you need more revision of a topic click on the link which will take you to past paper questions on that topics with example answers.
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Alternate, opposite and Corresponding Angles
angles in a line, at a point, triangles and quadrilaterals
Angles, naming, estimate their size, measure
Bar Charts
Basic percentages
Basic Probability
Best Buy Questions
BIDMAS – No calculator
BIDMAS – Use this information
BIDMAS – Using a calculator
Calculating Averages from Frequency Tables
Calculating Averages of Small Data Sets
Calculate surface areas of prisms and cylinders
Circumference and Area of Circle
Collecting like terms
Construct nets, plan and elevation of 3D shapes
Convert between Decimals, Fractions and Percentages
Conversion Graphs
Data Collection Sheets, Questionnaires & Bias
Distance-Time Graphs
Dividing a number into a ratio
Drawing a linear graph
Enlargement
Estimating by rounding to 1SF
Exchange rate question
Express one quantity as a percentage of another
Factorising Expressions
Factors & Multiples
Find the area and perimeter of basic and compound shapes
Form and Solve Equations and Expressions
Fraction Addition, Subtraction, Multiplication, Division
Fractions of an amount
Identify Types of Numbers
Index Notation & Index Laws
Long Multiplication
Multiply out brackets
Name standard 2D-3D shapes
Negative Numbers
Order Fractions and Decimals
Percentage of a number
Pictogram
Pie Charts
Plot points in all 4 quadrants & find midpoints of a line
Probability of two mutually exclusive events add to 1
Probability using two way tables
Pythagoras
Reflections
Rotations
Rounding the a given number of DP or SF
Scatter Graphs & Correlation
Sequences with numbers and diagrams
Shading fractions, decimals and percentages
Solve Linear Equations
Square, Positive, Negative, Cube & Cube Root
Stem & Leaf
Substitute Numbers into Formulae and Expressions
Translations & Tessellation
Use Trial and Improvement to find a solution
Using basic arithmetic in the context of a bill
Using bearings to specify direction, measuring and drawing
Using formulae expressed in words
Volume of compound shapes
KESH Maths

Past Papers

OCR Past Papers

Edexcel Past Papers
PixL June 2014 Predicted
PixL Live Mock
PixL June 2013
March 2013
November 2012
November 2011
June 2011
November 2010
June 2010
Grade Boundaries
Based on November 2012 but will give you a rough idea for the others (max marks 200):
G: 41
F: 65
E: 89
D: 114
C: 139