Monday/Tuesday/Wednesday (Updated 10/28)
Learning Target: I can find empirical and theoretical probabilities.
In the Canvas>Modules>Week 8> discussion forum, post your work and answer(s) to one of the unstarred exercises on pages 64-70. This is a completion grade. Challenge yourself. (20 points due by this evening @ midnight.)
Complete the MOM ThinkDO Chapter 4 exercises Due Wednesday (10/27) night @ Midnight.
The Data collection project as a retest on Correlation/regression. Due by Thursday for Qtr 1 grade. Due by Sunday night for Qtr 2 grade.
For Wednesday: Optional: Buy and come to class with an unscratched Lottery Ticket.
- Learning Target: I understand what a probability distribution’s expected value (AKA the mean) is telling us.
Activity around a VT Lotto Scratch ticket
In Canvas Week 10, you’ll see a Quiz on this intro to probability work. Have it completed for next Wednesday. If you want it counted on Qtr 1, You’ll need it completed by Thursday night (Tomorrow night) at midnight.
For your edification, Complete, on paper the starred exercises on p 80-83. Here are the answers Chapter 5 Starred exercise answers
Friday Updated 10/29
Warm up Review from yesterday
Learning target: I can calculate probabilities associated for probabilities that are binomial experiments.
We will watch this <link>
You will want these two calculators
Binomial Probability Calculator <link >
Binomial Probability Histogram Applet <link >
You can also find these links in Canvas>Modules>Online Calculators
In the Canvas>Modules>Week 10> discussion forum, post your work and answer(s) to one of the unstarred exercises on pages 80-83. This is a completion grade. Challenge yourself. (20 points due by Wednesday night by midnight 11/3)
Canvas>Week 10> MOM Discrete Probability distributions.
Don’t forget to complete the quiz on old material.
Learning Target: I can find unusual values in a binomial distribution using the mean and std dev.
Tuesday/Wednesday(Short class in the morning) /Thursday next week will be work days. New material next Friday.