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13f Counting Or & And HW
1.
One card is to be selected from a well-shuffled deck. In how many ways can the card
selected so that it is:
a. A club or a red card?
b. A jack or a 5?
c. An Ace or a black card?
d. A spade or a queen?
e
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13e Counting And/Or CW
WARM-UP:
For the following situations, identify how many different outcomes are possible. You do not
have to list the samples space.
a. One card is selected from a well-shuffled deck.
b. One letter is select
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13h Factorials & Permutations HW
1.
Evaluate each of the following:
a.
7!
b.
9
P4
c.
(15!) / (12!)
d.
12
P7
2.
Five candidates are running for office. In how many ways can their names be listed on
the ballot?
3.
Bobby has
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13g Factorials & Permutations CW
WARM-UP:
a. Four people must line up for a group photo. In how many ways can they line up?
b. For a different group photo, 12 people must line up. In how many ways can this be
done?
FACTORIALS!
Fac
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Chapter 13 TEST REVIEW
1.
The Susan G. Komen foundation states about 88 percent of women diagnosed with
stage I breast cancer survive five years beyond their diagnosis. How would the
foundation support such a statement?
2.
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14 & 15a Probability Properties CW
Probability Properties:
1. A probability is a number between _ and _.
Therefore, for any event A:
2. The set of all possible outcomes of a trial must have a total probability of _.
Therefore:
The
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9d Power Models
Not all relationships can be modeled by linear or exponential models. Today you will investigate
another model called the Power Model.
y hat = a(xb)
A power model has an equation in the form:
Your calculator can fi
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9e Choosing the Best Model CW
Sometimes it can be difficult to determine which model is best for describing the relationship
between two variables.
We can come to a decision about which model is best by:
looking at the r values i
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9f Choosing the Best Model Day 2 CW
1.
Sand driven by wind creates large, beautiful dunes at Great Sand Dunes National Park
in Colorado. A test site there gave the following data relating wind velocity in 10 cm/sec
(x), and drift
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9g Ch. 9 QUIZ Review
1.
Below are several descriptions of patterns of change seen in data. For each description,
write LINEAR or EXPONENTIAL to describe that pattern.
a) _ The price of milk increased by 5 cents per gallon each mon
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12a Estimating Probabilities CW
Probability:
The probability of an event is a number between 0 and 1 (or between 0% and
100%) that identifies the likelihood of the event happening.
We can estimate the probability of an event by co
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12b Randomness & Random Selections CW
Warm-Up:
What do you think it means for something to be random?
Suppose a teacher wants to create groups by randomly selecting students for each group.
Determine whether each of the following
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12c Simulations & Estimating Probabilities CW/HW
Warm-Up:
a. In the game of Blackjack, players are dealt two cards. Numerical cards are worth face
value, with jacks, queens and kings all worth 10. An Ace is worth either 1 or 11. I
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12d Simulations and Estimating Values CW
Warm-Up:
A fast food restaurant is offering a new game and gives customers one game piece with each
purchase. They advertise that 25% of the game pieces are instant winners.
a. Explain how
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13a Probability Basics CW
Warm-Up:
a. A phenomenon is random if we know what outcomes _ happen, but not
which particular outcome _ happen on a certain observation.
b. Name two specific examples of random occurrences.
c. How can we
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13b Vocab/Samples Spaces CW
Vocabulary Terms:
Trial:
A single attempt or realization of a random phenomenon.
Examples:
Outcome:
The observed result of a single trial.
Examples:
Sample Space:
The set of all possible outcomes of a g