Math Challenge:  Are Dice Fair or Not?

Math Challenge:  Are Dice Fair or Not? Is it fair or not fair? That is the question. Have students try this math challenge where  they use their  probability and number sense skills to determine whether or not a game is fair. Mastering this challenge can be useful in real life situations.
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Math Challenge:Â Are Dice Fair or Not?


Is it fair or not fair? That is the question. Have students try this math challenge where they use their probability and number sense skills to determine whether or not a game is fair. Mastering this challenge can be useful in real life situations. This one page activity comes from the NCTM Math Challenges for Families series. Other family math activities are available from this page.

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