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How to compute the probability (likelihood)?

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Understanding is about looking things from different perspectives. How is this applied to Mathematics? Take a look at how the rational number, 4/3 could be perceived differently :)

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The Sec 1s will definitely find this type of question very familiar.

Anyone able to identify the topic that this question 'belongs' to?

Anyone able to identify the topic that this question 'belongs' to?

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Enter your answers in "Comments" !

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Here's another question on mensuration:

If each square has a side length of 1, what is the area of the blue trapezium?

Source: https://brilliant.org/

If each square has a side length of 1, what is the area of the blue trapezium?

Source: https://brilliant.org/

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The S1s will be working on this topic these couple of weeks. Let's try:

A circle with radius 12 has its center at one vertex of a square. If the square has side length 12, then find the area of the red shaded region.

Source: https://brilliant.org/

A circle with radius 12 has its center at one vertex of a square. If the square has side length 12, then find the area of the red shaded region.

Source: https://brilliant.org/

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144 units^2

72 - 18π units^2

36π units^2

Not enough info to compute

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72 units^2

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144 units^2

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72 - 18π units^2

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36π units^2

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Some of you may be interested.....

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All three triangles (red, green and blue) have the same height.

Which triangle has the largest areas?

Source: https://brilliant.org/.

Which triangle has the largest areas?

Source: https://brilliant.org/.

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Green Triangle

Blue Triangle

All three triangles have the same area

Not enough info to tell which is largest

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Red Triangle

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Green Triangle

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Blue Triangle

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All three triangles have the same area

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Not enough info to tell which is largest

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This tests our understanding of algebraic fractions!

Click at the image to enlarge and read the entire question.

Source: https://brilliant.org/.

Click at the image to enlarge and read the entire question.

Source: https://brilliant.org/.

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Mary

Both are correct

Both are incorrect

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James

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Mary

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Both are correct

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Both are incorrect

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