**Unit 4: Randomness to Probability**

**Chapter 13: From Randomness to Probability**

**Learning Targets**- Understanding of the 5 Rules for Formal Probability and how to apply them to calculate various probabilities.

**Online Assignments**- Read Chapter 13, Pages 343 - 348 (Stop before First 3 Rules) & Answer Reading Questions
- Read Chapter 13, Pages 348 - 357 & Answer the Reading Questions

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**Chapter 14: Probability Rules!**

**Learning Targets**- Understanding of how and when to use the general addition and general multiplication rules for calculating probability.
- Understanding of how to determine if events are independent using the formal independence rule.
- Understanding of how to create and use Venn diagrams, 2-way tables, and tree diagrams for calculating probabilities.

**Online Assignments**- Read Chapter 14, Pages 363 - 369 (Stop before Independence) & Answer Reading Questions
- Read Chapter 14, Pages 369 - 376 (Stop before Tree Diagram) & Answer Reading Questions
- Read Chapter 14, Pages 376 – 383 & Answer the Reading Questions

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**Chapter 15: Random Variables**

**Learning Targets**- Understanding of how to calculate expected values and variance for probability models.
- Understanding of the differences between random, continuous random, and discrete random variables.
- Understanding the rules for working with variance.

**Online Assignments**- Chapter 15 Reading: Pages 389 - 394
- Chapter 15 Reading: Pages 395 - 405

**Calculator Skills**- Standard Deviation of Random Variables (Page 394)

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**Chapter 16: Probability Models**

__Learning Targets__- Understanding of what a Bernoulli Trial is and when it is suitable for probability.
- Understanding of when a Bernoulli Trial is Geometric, Binonmial, cumulative, or individual and how to use the Trial to find probabilities
- Understanding of how and when you can use a Normal Model for probability.

__Online Assignments__- Read Chapter 16, Pages 413 – 422 & Answer Reading Questions
- Read Chapter 16, Pages 423 – 429 & Answer Reading Questions

**Calculator Skills**- Finding Geometric Probabilities
- Finding Binomial Probabilities

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**Unit 4 Test Review**

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