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Bobbie Bear: Counting Strategi...

Combinations (Math 7) 
Java Applet 
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The user can investigate how many different outfits can be made using different colored shirts and pants.
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Tables and Combinatorics Dialo...

Counting techniques (Math 7) 
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Discussion of tables as a convenient way to store and count outcomes.
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Combinations

Combinations (Math 7) 
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Flash tutorial introducing the formula C(n,k)=n!/(k!(nk)!). College Cram charges access fees by the month or by the semester for most resources. To get a preview of their tools, see their free mat...
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Probability and Geometry

Tree diagrams (Math 7) 
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Students learn about how probability can be represented using geometry.
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Trees as Data Structures Discu...

Tree diagrams (Math 7) 
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Questions about games with more than two dice lead to discussion of trees as another kind of data structure.
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From Probability to Combinator...

Counting principles (Math 7) 
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Looks at data structures and their applications to probability theory.
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Events and Set Operations Dial...

Counting principles (Math 7) 
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Introduction of elementary set operations and their connections with probability.
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Peg Puzzle

Counting principle (Math 7) 
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This virtual manipulative is the classic logic peg puzzle. The goal of the puzzle is to switch the the pegs on the left with the pegs on the right by moving one peg at a time.
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Tree Diagrams and Probability

Counting principles (Math 7) 
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Introduces the concept of tree diagrams as a way to compute probability of a multistep event.
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Introduction to Combination Th...

Counting principles (Math 7) 
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Let students discover the Fundamental Counting Theorem on their own with this ultracute applet from the NTCM Illuminations website. Students dress a bear who is going on vacation to determine the num...
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Combinations

Combinations (Math 7) 
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This activity introduces students to combinations. They derive the formula for the number of combinations of n objects taken r at a time by starting with a list of permutations and eliminating those t...
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Conditional Probability and Pr...

Counting principles (Math 7) 
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Introduces conditional probability and the probability of simultaneous events.
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Divisibility Dialogue

Counting principles (Math 7) 
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The question of fairness in a game of two dice leads to the concept of divisibility.
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Permutations (Amsco Integrated...

Permutations (Math 7) 
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This minilesson explains permutation: an arrangement of objects or things in some specific order.
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Combinations (Amsco Integrated...

Combinations (Math 7) 
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This minilesson explains combination: a collection of things in which order is not important.
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Three Scientists and Three Ban...

Permutations (Math 7) 
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A rivercrossing problem in which the goal is to get both scientists and bandits across without having the bandits outnumber the scientists on either side of the river during the process.
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Permutations

Permutations (Math 7) 
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Flash tutorial introducing the formula P(n,k)=n!/(nk)!. College Cram charges access fees by the month or by the semester for most resources. To get a preview of their tools, see their free math mo...
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