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Bayes' Theorem Introduction
From YouTube, produced by Westofvideo
The instructor uses a sketchpad program to demonstrate Bayes' Theorem.  This concept is illustrated by solving a typical problem with emphasis placed on reading the problem and setting it up to solve.  A step by step approach is used.
February 20, 2010 at 09:18 PM
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Ages: 8 - 12
Calculate the Probability of an Event
From eduplace.com, produced by Houghton Mifflin
This power point presentation offers a brief overview on how to calculate the probability of an event.  The method shown is taking the part out of the total and making a fraction out of it.  The time depends on the pace of the viewer.
May 20, 2010 at 04:05 PM
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Ages: 8 - 11
A Closer Look at Sentence Structure
From discoveryeducation.com, produced by Discovery Education
This video shows how using simple sentences and compound sentences add variety to a paragraph about brown bears. (02:36)
May 26, 2010 at 07:03 PM
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Ages: 7 - 15
How to Find Probability and Chance
From 5min, produced by TenMarks
This five-minute video does a very good job of explaining probability. This is good for most age groups. You need to have a follow-up activity to use, especially in using groups to work on this concept. This is a good introductory video. (04:53)
Found by freealan in Probability
August 1, 2010 at 11:22 PM
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Ages: 9 - 15
Math Probability
From YouTube, produced by YourTeacher.com
Students learn that probability is the likelihood that a given event will happen, and probability can be found using the following ratio: (number of favorable outcomes) / (number of total outcomes). For example, the probability that the flip of a coi... [more]
Found by Barb in Probability
August 3, 2009 at 06:50 PM
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Ages: 12 - 18
What Statistics Is All About - Khan Academy
From YouTube, produced by Sal Khan
This video introduces descriptive statistics and central tendency. Examples are shown with a graphics program of the average of central tendency: mean, median and mode. (12:35)
February 2, 2010 at 10:53 AM