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Chapter 13 Notes
The Basics of Probability Theory
The probability of an event is a numerical value between 0 and 1 that gives
us an idea of how likely it is that the event will occur.
The _ _ is the set of all possible
outcomes and each _ is a subset of t
Section 4.3 Notes:
Directed Graphs
When an edge has a direction, it is called a _ _.
Example: Modeling the Spread of Rumors
1. If Lucy hears a rumor, shell tell it to Hannah, but Hannah doesnt tell
rumors she hears to Lucy.
2. Hannah and Wendy tell all th
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Section 1.3 Notes: Estimation
Objectives:
1. Use rounding to make estimates.
2. Approximate calculations by using compatible numbers.
Place Value: In order to round numbers correctly, you must know the correct
name for the place value you are rounding to.
Section 2.1 Notes
In Mathematics, a group of objects with a common characteristic is
called a _. The individual objects in the _ are
called the _ or _ of the _.
Note: We usually use capital letters to name sets and lower case letters to
denote the element
Section 3.1 Notes
Introduction to Logic: Statements, Connectives, and Quantifiers
Statements: A statement in logic is a declarative sentence that is either
true or false.
*Statements are represented by lowercase letters such as p, q or r. *
Examples of St
Section 7.5 Notes:
Proportions and Variation
A _ is a quotient of two numbers. It can be written as
a to b
a:b
A _ is a statement that two ratios are equal.
When one value in a proportion is unknown, it can be found by using the crossmultiplication princi
Section 8.1 Notes:
Consumer Math: Intro to Percents
The word _ means _ _ .
So, the value 17% means seventeen per hundred. It can be written as:
17% =
= 0.17
To convert a percent to its decimal equivalent, you must divide by 100. This is
easily done by mov
Section 12.1 Notes
Introduction to Counting Methods
In mathematics, the term counting of course means counting the number of items
in a set by using the counting numbers cfw_1, 2, 3, 4, 5, .
But, the term counting also means _
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