Lesson 5 I Will Survive! Solidify Understanding
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For each situation, one of the representations (two-way table, Venn diagram, tree diagram, context, or probability notation) is provided. Use the information to complete the remaining representations.
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Researchers surveyed residents of both the Northern and Southern Hemispheres. The residents were asked if they lived on the coast or inland. The results are provided.
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Venn diagram | Tree Diagram |
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Write three observations you can make about this data:
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A group of people were asked if they were left-handed or right-handed and whether they like vegetables.
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Venn diagram | Tree Diagram |
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Write three conditional probability statements regarding this data:
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A sample of people were asked if they drink cola drinks or not and if they eat breakfast or not.
Notation | Two-way Table |
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Venn diagram | Tree Diagram |
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Does this data surprise you? Why or why not?
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Complete the table and find the conditional probabilities, then interpret the data and probabilities to respond to the problem.
Biking | Swimming | Total | |
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10th Grade | |||
11th Grade | |||
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Complete the table about preferred genre of reading and dessert preference. Find the conditional probabilities, then interpret the data and probabilities to respond to the problem.
Ice Cream | Cake | Total | |
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Who prefers eating ice cream most, adults or teens?
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Fill in the missing values for the frequency table containing data from a sample of adults. The table shows voting turnout and household income for a recent election. Find the indicated probabilities, then interpret the data and probabilities to respond to the problem.
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Based on the sample of data, are all income levels participating in the election equally?