To Accumulate a Rate — Integrate!

Teaching High School Mathematics

Geometry Probability

Find a and b so that the probability that a randomly thrown dart hitting Target I will be equal for both the circle and the washer (ring) surrounding it. Do the same for Target II, finding x, y, and z so that the probability of landing in any of the regions are all equal.

Target I                                                                                 Target IIgeometric Probability

Questions inspired by Dan Meyers Post.


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This entry was posted on February 25, 2014 by in geometry, probability and tagged , , , .
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