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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?﻿
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2
4
8
10%
1
20%
2
70%
4
0%
8
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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/﻿
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27
30
36
0%
24
100%
27
0%
30
0%
36
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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/﻿
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144 units^2
72 - 18π units^2
36π units^2
Not enough info to compute
100%
72 units^2
0%
144 units^2
0%
72 - 18π units^2
0%
36π units^2
0%
Not enough info to compute
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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/.﻿
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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
0%
Green Triangle
0%
Blue Triangle
100%
All three triangles have the same area
0%
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/.﻿
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