# Unit Award Scheme

## 108698 PROBABILITY

## In successfully completing this unit, the Learner will have | ## Evidence needed | |
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## demonstrated the ability to | ||

1 | give three examples of events which are certain | Student completed work |

2 | give three examples of events which are impossible | Student completed work |

3 | give three examples of events which are equally likely | Student completed work |

4 | classify at least ten given events into at least three given categories, eg certain, likely, unlikely | Student completed work |

5 | record at least five given events on a probability scale, 0 to 1 | Student completed work |

6 | throw a coin thirty times and record the results ie how many times it falls 'heads' and how many times it falls 'tails' | Student completed work |

7 | draw a bar chart to show the results from throwing the coin | Student completed work |

8 | explain the results obtained when throwing a coin | Student completed work |

9 | throw a fair 6-sided die sixty times and record the experimental probability of each outcome | Student completed work |

10 | throw a biased 6-sided die sixty times and record the experimental probability of each outcome | Student completed work |

11 | use the previous experimental probabilities to work out the expected frequency on at least five occasions | Student completed work |

12 | present the results from the fair die experiment pictorially | Student completed work |

13 | present the results from the biased die experiment pictorially | Student completed work |

## acquired an understanding of | ||

14 | the difference between a fair die and a biased die. | Summary sheet |

All outcomes recorded on an AQA Summary Sheet

Approved 12 October 2017Level - Entry Level