
Design a spinner or label a die so that a particular outcome is more likely than another and discuss the probabilities of the outcomes

Compare the expected probabilities with the observed probabilities after both small and large numbers of trials

Use the term frequency to describe the number of times a particular outcome occurs in a chance experiment

Distinguish between the frequency of an outcome and the probability of an outcome in a chance experiment

List the outcomes for chance experiments where the outcomes are not equally likely to occur and assign probabilities to the outcomes using fractions

Use knowledge of equivalent fractions, decimals and percentages to assign probabilities to the likelihood of outcomes

Use samples to make predictions about a large population from which the sample comes

Recognise that some random generators have outcomes that are not equally likely and discuss the effect on expected outcomes

Use the term probability to describe the numerical value that represents the likelihood of an outcome of a chance experiment

Assign expected probabilities to outcomes in chance experiments with random generators, including digital simulators