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Seating Expectations Extra credit if signed by Thursday On-line books Who doesnt have a computer Book list Create an account in the course content block choose SUCCESSNET LOGIN Create an account On-line tutorials in the course content block choose Web Code block On-line tutorials On-line homework quizzes in the course content block choose Web Code blocks On-line homework quizzes Moodle Essential Questions Homework list Posted notes Posted lessons Create a Google Docs account At times there may be some links posted for class and you will need a log in, this must be done at home.

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How much do you remember about statistics?

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Play two games of greed, five rounds each After game one, find the mean, median, mode, a dot plot, use the sticky notes to do a stem and leaf plot. After game two create a box plot, then use game ones stem plot to create a second box plot and compare the center, shape and spread of the box plots

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How is probability calculated?

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Suppose we draw a card from a standard deck, what is the probability of drawing : An ace? A heart? A red card?

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There are 5 red, 4 blue and 3 green marbles in a bag. One is selected at random. What is the probability of getting A blue one? A purple one?

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A 30 x 40 rectangular cork board has 20 circles with a radius of 2 attached to it. The circles are evenly distributed among 4 different colors: red, yellow, green and blue. If Jim throws a dart at the board and hits the board, what is the probability that he will hit a red circle?

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Punnett Squaremay have used this in science class in elementary school or middle school Set up like this Father on top Mother on the side Capital letter is dominant Lower case is recessive If a capital is in the combination, the dominant trait occurs.

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Page 42- 43 1, 2, 6 - 20 To access the book go to www.PHSchool.comwww.PHSchool.com choose successnet and login using the username and password created in school If you still have questions on todays lesson visit www.PHSchool.com web code: age 0775 chapter 1, lesson 6 Homework quiz web code: aga 0106

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What do you do when the total number of outcomes is described but not specified?

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There are three books to be arranged on a shelf: math, history, and English. How many ways can this be done? M H EM E H H M EH E M E M HE H M 3 21 = 6 ways

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What is the probability of getting a total of 5 when a pair of dice is rolled? +123456 1 234567 2 345678 3 456789 4 5678910 5 6789 11 6 789101112

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Sue is going to the mall with her friends. How many outfits could she wear if she has five pair of jeans, 10 shirts and 4 pair of shoes?

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When order matters: n= total number of items r = number chosen

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How many ways can 4 different books be organized on a shelf? How many ways can 2 of the 4 books be organized?

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When order DOES NOT matters: n= total number of items r = number chosen

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How many ways can 4 books be placed on a shelf without regard to order? How many ways can 3 of the 4 books be placed on the shelf without regard to order?

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Page 348 2 – 32 even To access the book go to www.PHSchool.comwww.PHSchool.com choose successnet and login using the username and password created in school If you still have questions on todays lesson visit www.PHSchool.com web code: age 0775 chapter 6, lesson 7 Homework quiz web code: aga 0607

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Review homework Do the following sample PSSA problems

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Brad is an unskilled dart player. Assume that his throws are a random event. Brad throws a single dart at the board shown in the diagram below and hits the board. Determine the probability that the dart hits the outer ring.

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Sam would like to order lunch from Jerrys Sub Shop. They have 4 types of rolls, 10 toppings and 8 types of meat. If Sam wants a sandwich with an Italian roll, 4 toppings and any two types of meat, how many different combinations are possible?

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Both PSSA problems are due tomorrow!

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Go to www.phschool.comwww.phschool.com Choose SuccessNet login (highlighted)

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Choose Register Enter the access # EAF0863DDDD16939BD21 Follow the other instructions

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In the highlighted area type age 0775 then choose the appropriate chapter and section

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In the highlighted area type aga 0101 then choose the appropriate chapter and section

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