Students will practice solving problems related to geometric probability as they rotate through 10 stations with this “Math Lib” activity. This includes finding probability using line segments, area, and volume. **There are some challenging questions in this activity! **Some questions require students use their knowledge of the Pythagorean Theorem or special right triangles to find measurements. If you feel your students might need a little assistance, consider opening the editable slides version and adding in measurements where needed. This activity was designed for a high school level geometry class.

The answer at each station will give them a piece to a story (who, doing what, with who, where, when, etc.). This is a much more fun approach to multiple choice, and the students adore reading the story to the class. They get very excited to see which of their teachers is the “star” of the story.

###### Edit all story elements!

All slides are given in an editable format so you are free to personalize the story for your students. PowerPoint is required to edit. Only story elements can be changed, not the actual problems.

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