This project is recommended for use in the Algebra classroom as a compliment to the instruction of probability. This experiment enables the demonstration of experimental data approaching the theoretical probability when a sufficient number of data sets are incorporated.
Procedure:
1. Draw one piece of candy (best done wearing mittens since the candy has slightly different shapes).
2. Tally the type of candy you selected.
3. Replace the candy in the box.
4. Repeat as many times as you want
5. Record the values for each candy type into one dataset.

John 



Sarah 



pine 



Karen 



Laura 



Dean Gaudet 



KJeffrey 



Laura M 



Suzanne 



Kathleen 



Mary Ann 



Judy F 



KAT 



Lorraine 



Kristin 

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Candy

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Project #1440 on iSENSEProject.org
This project is recommended for use in the Algebra classroom as a compliment to the instruction of probability. This experiment enables the demonstration of experimental data approaching the theoretical probability when a sufficient number of data sets are incorporated.
Procedure:
1. Draw one piece of candy (best done wearing mittens since the candy has slightly different shapes).
2. Tally the type of candy you selected.
3. Replace the candy in the box.
4. Repeat as many times as you want
5. Record the values for each candy type into one dataset.
Name  Units  Type of Data 

Count

None

Number

Candy

None

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Count  Candy 