Here’s the final review before your test on Wednesday:

Here’s your Skills Summary booklet for this part of the course:

Skills Tracking – Probability – booklet

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# MDM4U Probability Review 2017-10-16

# MDM4U Probability Practice (with solutions) 2017-10-12

# MPM1D Introduction to Solving Equations 2017-10-10

# MDM4U NME vs. ME 2017-10-06

# MPM1D Test tomorrow! 2017-10-05

# MDM4U Independent vs. Dependent Events 2017-10-04

# MPM1D Review! 2017-10-04

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Here’s the final review before your test on Wednesday:

Here’s your Skills Summary booklet for this part of the course:

Skills Tracking – Probability – booklet

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Here are the practice problems and most of the solutions. Remember to do the questions before reading the solutions – don’t trick yourself!

Here’s what we started today: Introduction to Solving Equations

Here’s your homework: https://cdn.kutasoftware.com/Worksheets/Alg1/One-Step%20Equations.pdf

Spend 15-20 minutes please.

Non-mutually exclusive events and mutually exclusive events. Lots of Venn diagrams today, and some homework for the weekend:

Page 334 #3, 4, 6, 11

Page 341 #6, 7

Yup, we have a test tomorrow (Friday). Here is the skills summary booklet I handed out in class today:

Summary – Simplifying Expressions

I’ll be collecting the review work from yesterday before the test. You can bring a calculator, and you’ll need a pencil and eraser. You don’t need your phone. Seriously. Thanks.

A compound event is comprised of a sequence of two or more single events. Those single events are *independent* if the probabilities of later events are not affected by whether earlier events occurred. If they are affected, the events are *dependent*.

For example, when flipping a coin then rolling a die, the probability of rolling a 5 or 6 does *not* depend on the outcome of the coin flip. These events are independent.

When drawing two cards in a row from a shuffled deck of cards, the probability of drawing a 5 as the second card depends on the outcome of the first card drawn. If the first card is a 5, there is a reduced probability of drawing a 5 as the second card. These events are dependent.

No homework tonight – we’ll learn the notation and do practice work tomorrow.

We’re at the end of the first unit, evaluating and simplifying expressions. I handed out this review task today:

Spend up to 20 minutes on that tonight if you’re not already finished. I will be collecting it.

Tomorrow (Thursday) I’ll be showing you some strategies for studying for math.

Friday you’ll have a test during class. You can use a calculator but not a phone during the test.