We are going to explore the probabilities related to the current Roll up the Rim campaign from Tim Horton’s.

Odds of Winning

First, share some of your thoughts.

1. Do you or your family participate in Roll up the Rim? If yes, how often?

2. From your perspective, how often do people win? What do they usually win? Do you or your family win or lose more often?

3. Can you research to odds of winning in this year’s contest? What are the prizes?

4. From your perspective, do you think more people buy from Tim’s during these campaigns?

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