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Third - Information handling
Standard 3.ID.1.2 - Practice finding the probability of simple events.
Ideas of chance and uncertainty • I can find the probability of a simple event happening and explain why the consequences of the event, as well as its probability, should be considered when making choices. • Uses the probability scale of 0 to 1 showing probability as a fraction or decimal fraction. • Demonstrates understanding of the relationship between the frequency of an event happening and the probability of it happening. • Uses a given probability to calculate an expected outcome, for example, 'the probability of rain in June is 0·25 so how many days do we expect it to rain?'. • Calculates the probability of a simple event happening, for example, 'what is the probability of throwing a prime number on a 12 sided die?'. • Identifies all of the mutually exclusive outcomes of a single event and calculates the probability of each. • Investigates real-life situations which involve making decisions on the likelihood of events occurring and the consequences involved.