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Om ‘n lys van moontlike uitkomstes vir eenvoudige eksperimente te maak

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Meetkunde, Datahantering en Waarskynlikheid

Waarskynlikheid

OPVOEDERS AFDELING

Memorandum

1. 212212 size 12{ { {2} over {"12"} } } {}1616 size 12{ { {1} over {6} } } {}

2. 4646 size 12{ { {4} over {6} } } {} = 2323 size 12{ { {2} over {3} } } {}

3. 616616 size 12{ { {6} over {"16"} } } {} = 3838 size 12{ { {3} over {8} } } {}

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5. 4545 size 12{ { {4} over {5} } } {}

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AKTIWITEIT: Om ‘n lys van moontlike uitkomstes vir eenvoudige eksperimente te maak [LU 5.9]

Bepaal die waarskynlikheid in die volgende gevalle:

1. Twee dobbelstene word gelyktydig gegooi. Wat is die waarskynlikheid dat een van die dobbelstene op ‘n 1 sal land?

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2. Daar is twee paar wit en een paar swart sokkies in my laai. Wat is die waarskynlikheid dat ek ‘n wit sokkie sal uithaal sonder dat ek kyk wat ek doen?

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3. In die messegoedlaai lê vyf vurke, vyf messe en ses lepels deurmekaar. Wat is die waarskynlikheid dat ek ‘n lepel uit die laai sal haal?

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4. Wat is die waarskynlikheid dat ‘n muntstuk op “kruis” sal val as jy dit in die lug opskiet?

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5. Kyk na die skets. Wat is die waarskynlikheid dat die wyser nie op P sal stop as jy hom draai nie?

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Leeruitkomste 5:Die leerder is in staat om data te versamel, op te som, voor te stel en krities te ontleed om gevolgtrekkings en voorspellings te maak, en om toevallige variasies te interpreteer en te bepaal.

Assesseringstandaard 5.9: Dit is duidelik wanneer die leerder ‘n lys moontlike uitkomste opstel vir eenvoudige eksperimente (insluitend die gooi van ‘n muntstuk, rol van ‘n dobbelsteentjie en die spin van ‘n draaibord).

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