# Grade 4 Mathematics Data Analysis, Probability, and Discrete Math: Lesson 4

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1 Grade 4 Mathematics Data Analysis, Probability, and Discrete Math: Lesson 4 Read aloud to the students the material that is printed in boldface type inside the boxes. Information in regular type inside the boxes and all information outside the boxes should not be read to students. Possible student responses are included in parentheses after the questions. NOTE: The directions read to students may depend on the available materials. Read only those parts of the lesson that apply to the materials you are using. Any directions that ask you to do something, such as to turn to a page or to hand out materials to students, will have an arrow symbol ( ) by them. Purpose of Lesson 4: In this lesson, the tutor and the students will use lists and tree diagrams to generate and record all possible outcomes or choices of a set of objects, and use lists and tree diagrams to generate and record all possible outcomes or choices in a given situation. Equipment/Materials Needed: Copies of Student Sheet 84 Paper and pencils Two coins of any kind Chalkboard Preparations before beginning Lesson 4: Run one copy of Student Sheet 84 for each student. Have paper and pencils available. Get two coins. Grade 4 Mathematics 46A Lesson 4, Data Analysis

2 Lesson 4: Data Analysis, Probability, and Discrete Math Measurement Give Student Sheet 84 to the students. Have them read problem 1. Say: What is the question in the problem? (How many outfits can Scott make from the clothes he has packed?) You may need to make sure that students understand that an outfit for this problem means one shirt and one pair of pants. What information is given? (3 shirts red, blue, and green and 2 pants gray and tan) I want you to work the problem and be ready to explain what you did. Make sure you find all of the outfits. Do not give a lot of help at first. You want to see whether the students are organized in their thinking. Have them share the way they worked the problem. Did they draw a picture, make a list, make a table, etc. Did they start with one color shirt and match it with the colors of pants? Did they start with one color pants and match it with each color shirt? Did they just randomly choose pants and shirts? Answers: Some students will approach the task by matching one color shirt with different color pants. Shirts Pants Some students will match each color shirt with one color pant. Shirts Pants The answers are the same; just the order is different. Grade 4 Mathematics 47A Lesson 4, Data Analysis

3 Say: A tree diagram can help you organize your list. Let s let the shirts represent the tree trunk. Write the following on the board. Tree Trunk Shirts red blue green Let s look at the tree of red shirts. I could draw a branch for the gray pants and a branch for the tan pants. It would look like this. Draw the following on the board. Tree Trunk Branches Shirts Pants Choices gray red shirt, gray pants red red shirt, tan pants tan Have the students draw tree diagrams for the other two colors of shirts. It should look like the following: Shirts Pants Choices blue green gray tan gray tan blue shirt, gray pants blue shirt, tan pants green shirt, gray pants green shirt, tan pants Scott can make 6 different outfits from the clothes he has packed. Place one coin in front of the students. Then place two coins. Say: Suppose I toss this coin? What could happen? (We could get a head or tail.) How many outcomes are possible? (2) What are the outcomes? (heads or tails) Suppose I toss two coins? What could happen? Make a list of the outcomes and draw a tree diagram. Have one student write the list on the board and have another student draw the tree diagram. Grade 4 Mathematics 48A Lesson 4, Data Analysis

5 3. 6 Choices Number of Doors Car Color Black 2 Black Choices Filling Bread Ham Tuna Egg Salad Wheat Wheat Wheat Have one student summarize today s lesson. Making lists and drawing diagrams can help students organize their thinking. Grade 4 Mathematics 50A Lesson 4, Data Analysis

6 Student Sheet 84 (Data Analysis: Lesson 4) Make a list or draw a tree diagram to answer the questions. 1. Scott was packing for a trip and did not want to take too many clothes. He packed three shirts. One shirt was red, one blue, and one green. He packed two pairs of pants. One pair was gray, and the other was tan. How many different outfits can Scott make from the clothes he has packed? 2. The 4 th grade class must decide on a uniform for girls. They have a choice of a white, black, or blue skirt, and a red, white, or blue blouse. How many choices of outfits does the class have and what are the choices? 3. Danny s family is buying a car. They can get a two-door or a fourdoor car. They are looking at black, red, or white cars. How many choices does Danny s family have and what are the choices? 4. The lunchroom serves sandwiches. You can get ham, tuna, or egg salad. You can choose white or wheat bread. How many choices of sandwiches are offered and what are the choices? Grade 4 Mathematics 51A Lesson 4, Data Analysis

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