Probability mini-project using Real-World March Madness Tournament
Probability: Real-world math with March Madness Tournament is a set of activities for applying probability study in real-world settings, It is appropriate to use as an introduction to probability or as a culminating activity for a probability unit.

Students explore probability first by determining the probability that a team will win. Students, further, weight teams based on historical data and/or team statistics.

More than just the application of probability, this plan allows students to problem solve, work cooperatively and individually, play with pie graphs, explore percentages, and be creative.

Other probability products include:
- Probability Word Problems Practice and Review
- Probability: Practice and Review
- Probability: Real-world Math - Genetics and Dragons

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Created: Aug 18, 2016

Updated: Feb 22, 2018


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