## Make Connections

## Performance Task

# Ways of Thinking: Make Connections

Take notes about how your classmates' expected results compare to their experimental results.

As your classmates present, ask questions such as:

- How did you find the sample space and the number of favorable outcomes?
- Can you explain what your diagram of the sample space tells us?
- How did you decide what the expected results would be?
- How do your results for 100 trials compare with your expected results?
- Why do you think your expected results and experimental results compare in this way?
- How do your results for 100 trials compare to the class results?
- Which results—your results or the class results—are closer to the theoretical probability? Explain.