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Republic of the Philippines

DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION

Negros Island Region DIVISION OF NEGROS OCCIDENTAL

HIMAMAYLAN NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL

Himamaylan City, Negros Occidental

LESSON PLAN GRADE 11 MATHEMATICS (STATISTICS AND PROBABILITY)

Value of the Random Variable Z
SIMs
Tossing three coins
Rolling a die
STRATEGIES
REMEDIAL PLAN (6/22/16)
SPECIFIC LEARNING OBJECTIVES:
Appreciate the importance of random variables in real life situations.
ASSESMENT:
Four coins are tossed. Let Z be the random variable representing the number of heads
that occur. Find the values of the random variable Z.
Classify random variables as discrete or continuous.
Find the possible values of a random variable.
2.
ROUTINE ACTIVITIES:
REVIEW:
List the sample of the following experiment
a.
b.
MOTIVATION:
If three coins are tossed, what number can be assigned for the frequency
of the heads that will occur?
If three cards are drawn from a deck, what number can be assigned for
the frequency of face cards that will occur?
PRESENTATION:
Variables are characteristics or attribute that can assume different
values.
Today, you will be expected to illustrate and classify random variables.
And find the possible values of a random variable.
The amount of paint utilized in a project
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The number of accidents per year at an intersection
Classify the following random variables as discrete and continuous.
a.
The number of defective computers produced by a manufacturer
b.
The weight of newborns each year in a hospital
c.
The numbers of siblings in a family
d.
A
e.
The speed of a car
f.
The number of female athletes
g.
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Possible Outcomes
Define random variable.
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ACTIVITY:
Supposed three coins are tossed. Let Y be the random variable
representing the number of tails that occur. Find the values of the
random variable Y. Complete the table below.
Possible Outcomes
Value of the Random Variable
Y(number of tails)
ANALYSIS:
1.
What is a random variable?
2.
How do you describe a discrete random variable?
3.
How do you describe a continuous random variable?
4.
State the steps in finding the value of a random variable.
ABSTRACTION:
What is the difference between discrete and continuous random
variables?
How do you know whether a random variable is continuous or
discrete?
How do you find the value possible values of a random variables?
APPLICATION:
Drawing balls from an Urn
Possible Outcome
Values of the Random Variable Z
(no. of blue balls)
ASSIGNMENT:
1.
How do you describe a discrete random variable?
2.
How do you describe a continuous variable?
3.
Give three examples of discrete random variable?
4.
Give three examples of continuous variable?

Reflection

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