Odds on winning the Triple CrownI’ll Have Another
How do you calculate compound probability? Skip the betting odds and deal only with the odds that one horse could win 3 amazing races. June 9th is the Belmont Stakes race … the last race in the Triple Crown. Can I’ll Have Another beat the odds?
Figure it out. Watch and see!
UPDATE! This morning I’ll Have Another showed signs of tendinitis in his left front leg following his morning workout. He has now been scratched from the Belmont Stakes race. One of his trainers, Doug O’Neill, announced the news today with disappointment. I’ll Have Another will be given several months of rest and then will be retired.
For members we have an editable Word doc and solutions.
CCSS: 7.SP.7 , 7.SP.8 , S-CP.2.
Want more Triple Crown? Check out our Triple Crown math activity, which explores the math and the ins and outs of the Triple Crown.