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Grade 11 Math SL SECTION A – Practice questions on Tree diagram – 06/10/2014

Grade 11 Math SL SECTION A – Practice questions on Tree diagram – 06/10/2014

PROBABILITY

SOLVE THE FOLLOWING QUESTIONS USING TREE DIAGRAMS : 

1. Stephano is having problems. His desktop computer will only boot up 90% of the time and his laptop will only boot up 70% of the time.
(a) Draw a tree diagram to illustrate this situation.
(b) Use the tree diagram to determine the chance that:
(i) both will boot up   (ii) Stephano has no choice but to use his desktop computer.

2. Bag A contains 4 red jelly beans and 1 yellow jelly bean. Bag B contains 2 red and 3 yellow jelly beans. A bag is randomly selected by tossing a coin, and one jelly bean is removed from it. Determine the probability that it is yellow.

3. Machine A cans 60% of the fruit at a factory. Machine B cans the rest. Machine A spoils 3% of its product, while Machine B spoils 4%. Determine the probability that the next can inspected at this factory will be spoiled.

4. A bin contains 4 blue and 5 green marbles. A marble is selected from this bin and its colour is noted. It is then replaced. A second marble is then drawn and its colour is noted. Determine the probability that:
(a) both are blue                                                                                                                                                        (b) the first is blue and the second is green                                                                                                    (c) there is one of each colour.

5. Sylke has bad luck with the weather when she takes her summer holidays. She estimates that it rains 60% of the time and it is cold 70% of the time.
(a) Draw a tree diagram to illustrate this situation.
(b) Use the tree diagram to determine the chance that for Sylke’s holidays:
(i) it is cold and raining           (ii) it is fine and cold.

 

Duration : 45 minutes 

Submission Date : 8th October,2014

Regards,

Krishna

Glimpses of Inter house Yogasan competition and Results

Glimpses of Inter house Yogasan competition and Results

Hello all

Sports team has organised a inter house Yogasana Competition in last week of September. Total 108 girls and 49 boys have participated from grade 2 to 8 and made successful inter house event. Here i would appreciate all the students who have participated as i got participants across all the PS. The competition was open for all the students and was done during the PS classes only. The competition was judged by Akhil Gujarati( Yoga PS Coach). Students were asked to perform 4 asans of their own choice. (Each asan was judged according to it’s Execution & difficulty and was marked out of 10)

Result for the competition is as below:

Student Name Grade Section House Rank Marks Category
Archa Satish Pillai 2 Explore Integrity 1 25/40 Girls
Stuti Jaimin Rajyaguru 2 Wonder Integrity 2 24/40 Girls
Manya Sumit Madhogaria 2 Dream Integrity 3 23/40 Girls
Shaurya Pradeep Agarwal 2 Think Unity 3 23/40 Girls
Divy Niraj Murarka 2 Discover Integrity 1 21/40 Boys
Monik Vishal Patel 2 Think Unity 2 20/40 Boys
Ayan Shamsuddin Pattharwala 2 Invent Integrity 3 19/40 Boys
Neeti Anand Poddar 3 Inspire Dignity 1 30/40 Girls
Dixita Anurag Sarawagi 3 Ideate Unity 2 28/40 Girls
Deeva Ghanshyam Patel 3 Imagine Integrity 3 25/40 Girls
Malishka Vikas Saraf 3 Initiate Dignity 3 25/40 Girls
Aayush Manojbhai Somaiya 3 Inspire Liberty 1 26/40 Boys
Dhiraj Hemant Baid 3 Illustrate Dignity 2 25/40 Boys
Keshav Anand Sureka 3 Ideate Liberty 3 23/40 Boys
Daksh Deepak Arora 3 Initiate Unity 3 23/40 Boys
Rishikesh Ketan Pikawala 3 Ideate Integrity 3 23/40 Boys
Kiah Bharatbhai Jivani 4 Freedom Dignity 1 31/40 Girls
Sakshi Jagat Viradia 4 Courage Liberty 2 30/40 Girls
Piya Mukesh Babariya 4 Freedom Dignity 3 29/40 Girls
Krish Ankur Patel 4 Fortitude Dignity 1 27/40 Boys
Hriday Chintan Deputy 4 Resilience Unity 2 24/40 Boys
Aryan Pinkeshkumar Ramsha 4 Responsibility Unity 3 23/40 Boys
Rishi Sanjay Agarwal 4 Courage Unity 3 23/40 Boys
Nikunj Gopal Mour 4 Resilience Dignity 3 23/40 Boys
Vanshaj Ashish Shah 4 Courage Dignity 3 23/40 Boys
Nidhi Rishi Grover 5 Coalition Integrity 1 25/40 Girls
Stuti Amit Virani 5 Consortium Liberty 1 25/40 Girls
Viha Yogesh Shah 5 Synergy Liberty 1 25/40 Girls
Heer Niraj Viradiya 5 Synergy Liberty 2 24/40 Girls
Simran Jignesh Khatiwala 5 Reciprocity Liberty 3 23/40 Girls
Krisha Sanjay Arora 5 Consortium Unity 3 23/40 Girls
Prachi Pankaj Roongta 5 Coalition Unity 3 23/40 Girls
Arham Bikash Jain 5 Consortium Liberty 1 34/40 Boys
Aryan Satish Pillai 5 Alliance Integrity 2 27/40 Boys
Rachit Pinkal Jariwala 5 Consortium Dignity 3 25/40 Boys
Khushi Sanjay Saraff 6 Contemplate Unity 1 32/40 Girls
Maitry Rajesh Gothi 6 Progress Liberty 2 31/40 Girls
Shreya Manoj Dubey 6 Contemplate Dignity 3 30/40 Girls
Harshiv Pankaj Gajjar 6 Progress Unity 1 29/40 Boys
Aarohi Anant Agrawal 7 Vision Unity 1 33/40 Girls
Sanaa Rajat Aggarwal 7 Insight Integrity 1 33/40 Girls
Dhawani Hareshbhai Balar 8 Zest Dignity 2 30/40 Girls
Radhika Anurag Sarawagi 8 Verve Dignity 3 29/40 Girls

we have clicked few pictures which are as follows.

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Grade 11 Biology highlights

Grade 11 Biology highlights

Grade 11 Biology students studied protein structure -primary, secondary, tertiary and quaternary. They also studied using examples how proteins are made from polypeptide chains, What are globular and fibrous proteins? , functions of proteins and proteins as enzymes.They continued their study on what are enzymes, factors affecting enzyme activity and immobilization of enzymes. An integration with gym was done where Ms. Mukti talked about BMI, it’s formula, skin caliper and nomogram which coincides with their topic of lipids. Thus the unit came to an end.

These are some photographs which Ms. Reema had clicked.Thanks Mukti madam and Reema madam.

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Regards,

Bhargavi and Pooja.

 

Highlights of the day – 6/10/14

Highlights of the day – 6/10/14

Day 1:

Settling Time: Learners wrote new words of the week [incredible, thought, comprehension, charming, opinion, allowed, fantasy, tarried, mysteriously, elegant]

[Unit Of Inquiry] UOI: Learners attended imagination workstations.

Workstation – 1
Students used the what if prompts and wrote their imagination in their scrap  books. They had to select any 5 of the following prompts. The prompts were :
 1) What if you are in a bathtub and suddenly water turned into noodles?
 2) What if you are in a library and the characters of your books come out? 
 3) What if your pets start talking to you? 
 4) What if the sun does not rise? 
 5) What if you could walk up walls and across ceilings? 
 6) What would happen if it really did rain cats and dogs? 
 7) What if you had the chance to reset your life completely? 
 8) What if you could cast a spell on someone you dislike? What spell would it be? 9) What if everyone lived under water? 
Workstation 2:
(1) Learners observed the picture of the haunted house on the basis of the following prompt and answered the questions:
Imagine that you are having picnic near the haunted house. Suddenly the entire scenario changes and it becomes dark.
How will you react? How will you feel?
(2) Two skeletons are coming out as their party is over, and they are clicking the pictures. You are hiding behind the bushes and watching them.
What will you do? 
Workstation 3:
(1) Think what the question will be, if the answer is 12.
(2) Pick out the odd ones from the following items. Explain why the item is the odd one out.
 
Learning Outcome: To enhance imagination.
[Homework] Math: Learn the tables (2 – 10)
                             Complete the Imaginary Calendar.
Regards.
Grade 6, Enlighten, Highlights and homework for 6th October, 2014

Grade 6, Enlighten, Highlights and homework for 6th October, 2014

Math: Students learnt to create charts on google sheets

UOI:  Research task: Students researched on the task definition questions.

Language: Writer’s workshop: Persuasive writing: Students wrote a persuasive letter on any one of the following topics, using the writing process.

~ Children should be required to read more.
~We shouldn’t have to pay for Internet access.
~Schools should have more holidays
~Students should be allowed to leave school property for lunch.
~Kids under 15 shouldn’t have Facebook pages.

Homework:

Language: Writer’s workshop: 

Complete the letter-revise ,edit and publish as instructed in class

Math:

1. Find out your Height in cm and note it in your Math notebook.
2. Continue practicing making graphs on google sheet using your previous homework worksheets.

 

Discover: Reflection of the day – 6th October’14

Discover: Reflection of the day – 6th October’14

Wonderful day !

Math: Learners practised real life addition word problems with regrouping.

Language: Revised all grammar concepts through LWE reference book.

Single subjects: Music, PS  and Gujarati

Note:1) Send your child in traditional clothes as ‘Navratri celebration’ organised in assembly slot. Kindly send a pair of uniform with them. 2) Dictation will be taken on Friday.

Upcoming event: PCM is on 11th August. We will be giving you gist of language, math and UOI.

See you tomorrow,

Shruti 🙂

 

 

Highlights and Homework – 6th October 2014

Highlights and Homework – 6th October 2014

Day 1

Highlights :

UOI : A read aloud of one of the famous explorers i.e. Christopher Columbus was done in the class. Simultaneously, students were asked to make a note of the facts

LANGUAGE : Students wrote a paragraph (100-150 words) on their own in their Lang writing notebooks, referring the mind map they did as weekend homework. They were informed that the best 3/4 pieces will be shared with the whole class, which motivated them to write the paragraph to their best.

Dictation was taken in the class today.

MATH : Learners were introduced to Simplification of fractions. They practiced sums on simplification in their Math notebook.

Homework :

MATHS –

1) Complete the fractions worksheet given today.

2) Covert the following to lowest terms:( In Math notebook)

1. 18/63

2. 20/45

3. 36/108

Keep reading 🙂

Highlights and Homework – 6th October 2014

Highlights and Homework – 6th October 2014

Day 1

Highlights :

LANGUAGE – Students wrote a paragraph (100-150 words) on their own in their Lang writing notebooks, referring the mind map they did as weekend homework. They were informed that the best 3/4 pieces will be shared with the whole class, which motivated them to write the paragraph to their best.

Dictation was taken in the class today.

MATH – Learners practiced Equivalent fractions in their notebook and comparing fractions through LCD.

Homework : 

UOI : Get newspaper or magazine cutouts about any exploration or discovery that has taken place.

Math : Covert the following to lowest terms:( In Math notebook)

1. 18/63

2. 20/45

3. 36/108.

Keep reading 🙂