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Pick A Card

Postby bzemommi » Mon Feb 10, 2020 6:33 pm

Do you write how many cards it took to get to the card you are investigating, or do you write under each card how many you picked until you get to the card you are investigating?

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Re: Pick A Card

Postby AmyCowen » Tue Feb 11, 2020 9:34 am

Hi - Step 3 tells you to record how many cards you flipped to get to the type of card you are investigating:

From your data table, pick a type of card to investigate. Draw cards from the top of the shuffled deck and flip them over one at a time, counting as you go. When you get to the type of card you are looking for, stop and write down the number of cards you have drawn in your table. This will be your first trial.


(Once you decide how you are counting/recording, be sure and do them all the same.)

Amy


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