CCSS

These are the resources that support this Common Core Standard.

CCSS.MATH.CONTENT.7.SP.C.8

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Definition--Compound Events

Definition of the term “Compound Events.” Note: The download is a PNG file.

Definition--Dependent Event

The definition of the term "Dependent Event."

Definition--Independent Event

The definition of the term "Independent Events"

Definition--Probability Model

Definition of the term “Probability Model.” Note: The download is a PNG file.

Math Clip Art—Compound Events—01

In this collection of clip art images, show students how to analyze compound events. The data and charts for a simulation of two coins tossed, with the chart tracking compound events. Note: The download is a PNG file.

Math Clip Art—Compound Events—02

In this collection of clip art images, show students how to analyze compound events. The data and charts for a simulation of two coins tossed, with the chart tracking compound events. Note: The download is a PNG file.

Math Clip Art—Compound Events—03

In this collection of clip art images, show students how to analyze compound events. The data and charts for a simulation of two coins tossed, with the chart tracking compound events. Note: The download is a PNG file.

MATH EXAMPLE: Probability: Example 01

Probability: Example 1. Finding the probability of randomly picking 1 object out of 24 possibilities.

MATH EXAMPLE: Probability: Example 02

Probability: Example 2. Finding the probability of randomly picking 1 of 2 preferred objects out of 24 possible outcomes.

MATH EXAMPLE: Probability: Example 03

Probability: Example 3. Finding the probability of randomly picking 1 of 3 preferred objects out of 24 possible outcomes.

MATH EXAMPLE: Probability: Example 04

Probability: Example 4. Finding the probability of randomly picking 1 of 4 preferred objects out of 24 possible outcomes.

MATH EXAMPLE: Probability: Example 05

Probability: Example 5. Finding the probability of randomly picking 1 of 6 preferred objects out of 24 possible outcomes.

MATH EXAMPLE: Probability: Example 06

Probability: Example 6. Finding the probability of randomly picking 1 of 8 preferred objects out of 24 possible outcomes.

MATH EXAMPLE: Probability: Example 07

Probability: Example 7. Finding the probability of randomly picking 1 of 9 preferred objects out of 24 possible outcomes.

MATH EXAMPLE: Probability: Example 08

Probability: Example 8. Finding the probability of randomly picking 1 of 10 preferred objects out of 24 possible outcomes.

MATH EXAMPLE: Probability: Example 09

Probability: Example 9. Finding the probability of randomly picking 1 of 12 preferred objects out of 24 possible outcomes.

MATH EXAMPLE: Probability: Example 10

Probability: Example 10. Conditional Probability: Finding the probability of picking 2 of 3 preferred objects out of 24 possible objects.

MATH EXAMPLE: Probability: Example 11

Probability: Example 11. Conditional Probability: Finding the probability of picking 2 of 5 preferred objects out of 24 possible objects.

MATH EXAMPLE: Probability: Example 12

Probability: Example 12. Conditional Probability: Finding the probability of picking 2 of 6 preferred objects out of 24 possible objects.

MATH EXAMPLE: Probability: Example 13

Probability: Example 13. Conditional Probability: Finding the probability of picking 2 of 6 preferred objects out of 24 possible objects.

MATH EXAMPLE: Probability: Example 14

Probability: Example 14. Conditional Probability: Finding the probability of picking 2 of 7 preferred objects out of 24 possible objects.

MATH EXAMPLE: Probability: Example 15

Probability: Example 15. Conditional Probability: Finding the probability of picking 2 of 8 preferred objects out of 24 possible objects.

MATH EXAMPLE: Probability: Example 16

Probability: Example 16. Conditional Probability: Finding the probability of picking 2 of 9 preferred objects out of 24 possible objects.

MATH EXAMPLE: Probability: Example 17

Probability: Example 17. Conditional Probability: Finding the probability of picking 2 of 10 preferred objects out of 24 possible objects.

MATH EXAMPLE: Probability: Example 18

Probability: Example 18. Finding the probability of randomly not picking 1 object out of 24 possibilities.