AIM: How can we find the probability of compound events?
HW: Probability Packet #1-15
Giselle has 2 pairs of sneakers, 3 pairs of jeans, and 4 tops. How many different outfits can she make with her options?
After reviewing how sample spaces are used to find the total outcomes in a situation, students looked at a faster way to find the probability of a compound event. Students learned that if you want to find the total probability of two events, you must find the probability of the first event, and multiply it by the probability of the second event. Students then worked on tasks involving compound events.
Please use the resources below to help with your understanding of today's lesson.
Probability Quiz - http://www.thatquiz.org/tq-d/math/probability/