Foundations of Mathematics 12 5.6
5.6 - INDEPENDENT EVENTS
Goal: Understand and solve problem: that involve independent events.
Two events are independent if the knowledge Ihal one event has occurred has no effect on the probability of
Lesson Notes 4-3
Compound Interest Part II
The compound interest formula has several equivalent forms that you can use to solve
compound interest problems.
To determine the future value, use A = P(1 + i)n.
To determine the present value, or principal, use
Year End Review: Set Theory (Unit 1)
It is important to be able to determine the inverse, converse, contrapositive, and
biconditional of statements.
Example 1: Determine the inverse, converse, and contrapo
Lesson Notes 8-1
A central angle of a circle is an angle that is contained between two radii. For example,
in the following diagram angle A is the central angle.
A radian is a measure of the central angle of a circle subtended by an
Lesson Notes 3-2
Probabilities Using Counting Methods
Recall, the probability is defined as the number of favorable outcomes divided by the
total number of outcomes. Sometimes we will have to determine the number of
outcomes using combinatorics.
Lesson Notes 6-4
Modeling Data With a Line of Best Fit
A scatter plot is a set of points on a grid, used to visualize a relationship or possible trend
in the data. If the points on a scatter plot seem to follow a linear trend (ie. form
approximately a lin