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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.
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Section 4.3 Notes:
Directed Graphs
When an edge has a direction, it is called a _ _.
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Objectives:
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2. Approximate calculations by using compatible numbers.
Place Value: In order to round numbers correctly, you must know th
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
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.
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Section 7.5 Notes:
Proportions and Variation
A _ is a quotient of two numbers. It can be written as
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A _ is a statement that two ratios are equal.
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Section 8.1 Notes:
Consumer Math: Intro to Percents
The word _ means _ _ .
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17% =
= 0.17
To convert a percent to its decimal equival
Section 12.1 Notes
Introduction to Counting Methods
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