Probability Section 1 Lesson 1.docx - Section 1 Lesson 1 In this lesson you will be adding to a Hyperdoc and submitting a pdf copy of this document for

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Section 1 Lesson 1 In this lesson you will be adding to a Hyperdoc and submitting a pdf copy of this document for your My Connect Assignment. You will need to make a copy of this document in your PUSD Google Drive (Go through My Plan. Please do not request access through a personal gmail account.) Click File, Make a Copy, Rename the document with your name before Section 1 Lesson 1 for example the name of my Document would be Mrs. Jackson Section 1 Lesson 1. Then click File, download as, PDF document. Upload the pdf and submit on my connect. Watch the video below about using an area diagram as a probability model ° Can you bend your thumb backwards at the middle joint to make an angle, like the example at right, or does your thumb remain straight? The ability to bend your thumb back is thought to rely on a single gene. ° What about your tongue? If you can roll your tongue into a “U” shape, you probably have a special gene that enables you to do this. ° Assume that half the U.S. population can bend their thumbs backwards and that half can roll their tongues. Also assume that these genes are independent (in other words, having one gene does not affect whether or not you have the other) and randomly distributed (spread out) throughout the population. Then
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