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Sample Space, Theoretical Probability, & Tree Diagrams November 21 st & 22 nd
Warm Up What is the probability of rolling less than 5? What is the probability of rolling an even number? What is the probability of rolling a 7? What is the probability of rolling a 1,2,3,4,5,6?
Probability in real life… Watch Numbers Episode 13 Bday- 18 mins Aday- 23 mins
Homework A Day Edition 2 Pg. 498 #1-2, 3cd Pg. 500 #1-6 Pg. 510 #1-3 B Day Edition 1 Pg. 463 # #1-2, 3cd Pg #1-6 Pg. 474 #1-3
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Frigid Fridays On each Friday last January, the temperature was a record low temperature for the date. On Friday, January 30, the mercury dropped to 5°F,
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