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ByStory Structure. Reading Street Unit 1 Week 4 Created by Kristi Waltke. Let’s Review. Good readers summarize . As they read, they pause to sum up the important ideas or events. This helps them remember the information. As you read a story, note the main events .

ByObjectives: Determine if a compound event is independent or dependent Find the probability of compound events, using the multiplication rules Find the conditional probability of an event Find the probability of an “at least one” event.

Byby Rhys Williams. Drag Racing. The History of Drag Racing in the United States. Drag racing first started with hot rodders racing quarter mile tracks, usually in dry lake beds in post World War II years. Also in the earl 1930’s car speeds first exceeded 100 miles per hour.

ByIndependent and Dependent Events. Slide 1. Independent Events. Whatever happens in one event has absolutely nothing to do with what will happen next because: The two events are unrelated OR You repeat an event with an item whose numbers will not change (eg.: spinners or dice) OR

ByProbability. The MEnTe Program Math Enrichment through Technology. Title V East Los Angeles College. Click one of the buttons below or press the enter key. NEXT. TOPICS. BACK. EXIT. ©2003 East Los Angeles College. All rights reserved. Topics. Introduction Empirical Probability

BySequence. Reading Street Unit 1 Week 3 Created by Kristi Waltke. Let’s Review. Good readers summarize . As they read, they pause to sum up the important ideas or events. This helps them remember the information. As you read a story, note the main events .

ByChapter 3. Probability. Counting Principles. § 3.4. Fundamental Counting Principle.

ByM8D2. Students will determine the number of outcomes related to a given event. Probability of Independent Events. M8D3. Students will use the basic laws of probability. B. Apply the multiplication principle of counting. Probability can be expressed as a ratio, decimal or percent. .

ByDependent and Independent Events. If you have events that occur together or in a row, they are considered to be compound events (involve two or more separate events). If the occurrence of one event has nothing to do with the other, the events are considered to be INDEPENDENT. Ex.

ByFundamental Counting Principle. If one event can occur m ways and a second event can occur n ways, the number of ways the two events can occur in sequence is m • n . This rule can be extended for any number of events occurring in a sequence. .

ByChapter 4 Elementary Probability Theory. What is Probability?.

By6.16. The student will compare and contrast dependent and independent events and determining probabilities for dependent and independent events. . Pg Practice 6.16 Sample Space

ByThe Counting Principle. The Counting Principle. If one event can occur in m ways, and for each of these a second event can occur in n ways, then the number of ways that the two events can occur together is . The counting principle can be extended to three or more events. Outfits.

ByProbability of Independent and dependent events. Section 12.5. When asked to determine the Mutually Exclusive Events. Mutually exclusive events cannot occur at the same time Cannot draw ace of spaces and king of hearts Cannot draw ace and king

ByAutobiographical Narrative Outline. GRANT. [Attention Grabber] [Background] [Setting] Give Hint about significance of experience Thesis statement ( A general statement of your experience) Events take place in chronological order. (What happened first, second, etc.)

ByIndependent Events. Mutually Exclusive and Inclusive Events. These typically refer to single events (you are only making one selection) You need to make sure you are not double counting an overlapping scenario. Mutually Exclusive.

By14.1 Counting Principle and Tree Diagram. SWBAT find the number of possible outcomes by making a tree diagram SWBAT find the number of possible outcomes by using the Fundamental Counting Principle. Vocabulary.

ByIndependent & Dependent Events. Probability. Definitions:. Events are independent events if the occurrence of one event does not affect the probability of the other. Events are dependent events if the occurrence of one does affect the probability of the other.

ByDavid Sedaris and Susan Sontag. The Personal Narrative. Our Milestones of Light and Dark: Two Perspectives. The Shortest Short Story…. Five Main Elements Plot Point of View Character Setting Theme. The Shortest H orror Story.

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