Defines the notion of prisoners and escapees as they pertain to iterative functions. A prisoner ultimately changes to a constant while escapees iterate to infinity.

Discusses the relationship between geometry and probability.

Grade Level: Grades 3-5

Related Topics: angles, decimals, experimental probability, fractions, outcomes, percents, probability, random number, spinner, theoretical probability

Extends the notion of conditional probability by discussing the effects of replacement on drawing multiple objects.

Grade Level: Grades 6-8, Grades 9-12

Related Topics: conditional probability, fractions, outcomes, probability with replacement, probability without replacement, sampling, theoretical probability

Defines the notion of prisoners and escapees as they pertain to iterative functions. A prisoner ultimately changes to a constant while escapees iterate to infinity.

Discusses the relationship between geometry and probability.

Grade Level: Grades 3-5

Related Topics: angles, decimals, experimental probability, fractions, outcomes, percents, probability, random number, spinner, theoretical probability

Defines the notion of prisoners and escapees as they pertain to iterative functions. A prisoner ultimately changes to a constant while escapees iterate to infinity.

Discusses the relationship between geometry and probability.

Grade Level: Grades 3-5

Related Topics: angles, decimals, experimental probability, fractions, outcomes, percents, probability, random number, spinner, theoretical probability

Extends the notion of conditional probability by discussing the effects of replacement on drawing multiple objects.

Grade Level: Grades 6-8, Grades 9-12

Related Topics: conditional probability, fractions, outcomes, probability with replacement, probability without replacement, sampling, theoretical probability