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If you've ever wondered how a neon light works, how food cooks, or why dust settles on the moving blades of a fan, this is an excellent place to find out. Professor Louis Bloomfield of the University of Virginia Physics...
Most students understand that the probability of an event occurring can be influenced by another event that has already occurred. However, many students cannot understand that the probability of an event occurring can...
This is a three day lesson plan, created by faculty members at the University of Virginia. The first day is an introduction to concepts in probability. The second day is an application of probability in the field of...
This activity, created by faculty members at the University of Virginia, uses a computer program to explore probability concepts such as sample space, independent events, law of large numbers, and reliability. An...
This activity discusses probability topics, such as: sample space, independent events, Law of Large Numbers, deviation percentage. The resource is structured in a seven step process, these steps include: probability...

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