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 Inferences and Conclusions from Data Students build a formal understanding of probability, considering complex events such as unions, intersections, and complements as well as the concept of...

 Chance experiments, sample space, and events such as unions, intersections, and complements are explained. Probabilities of unions and intersections are calculated using data in twoway tables and...

 Student Outcomes Students determine the sample space for a chance experiment. Given a description of a chance experiment and an event, students identify the subset of outcomes from the sample space...

 Student Outcomes Students calculate probabilities given a twoway table of data. Students construct a “hypothetical 1000” twoway table given probability information. Students interpret probabilities...

 Student Outcomes Students use a hypothetical 1,000 twoway table to calculate probabilities of events. Students calculate conditional probabilities given a twoway data table or using a hypothetical...

 Student Outcomes Students construct a hypothetical 1,000 twoway table from given probability information and use the table to calculate the probabilities of events. Students calculate conditional...

 Student Outcomes Students represent events by shading appropriate regions in a Venn diagram. Given a chance experiment with equally likely outcomes, students calculate counts and probabilities by...

 Student Outcomes Students use the complement rule to calculate the probability of the complement of an event and the multiplication rule for independent events to calculate the probability of the...

 Student Outcomes Students use the addition rule to calculate the probability of a union of two events. Students interpret probabilities in context.