Chapter

Objective
Students
will be able to…

Standard(s)

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Practice

4.2.1

Use an area model to represent a situation of chance

SCP.1

Probabilities using and area model
Theoretical
Probability using area models

Online Practice with Conditional Probability
Geometric Probability

4.2.2

Use a tree diagram to model probabilities for events that are not
equally likely

SCP.1

Probability Diagrams


4.2.3

Use probability models to determine a fair game and calculate
expected values

SCP.1
SCP.7

Expected
Value


4.2.4

Calculate probabilities of intersections, unions and complements of
events

SCP.1

UnionProbability
Describe the union of two or more events
IntersectionProbability
Describe the intersection of two events
Complement
of an Event  Probability
Describe and event and it's complement


4.2.5

Calculate the expected value of a game of chance

SMD.6



SCHMALZER WS

Determine the difference of a permutation and combination given a
situation

SCP.9



SCHMALZER WS

Calculate a permutation

SCP.9



SCHMALZER WS

Calculate a combination

SCP.9


