Lesson 5 I Will Survive! Solidify Understanding

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Find the products or quotients below.

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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.

Notation

Two-way Table

Key:

Table with rows; Northern, Southern, Total and columns: Coast, Inland, Total. NorthernSouthernTotalCoastInlandTotal

Venn diagram

Tree Diagram

a blank venn diagram
Blank Tree Diagram

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.

Notation

Two-way Table

Key:

Table with rows; Veggies, No Veggies, Total and columns; Lefty, Right, Total. VeggiesNo VeggiesTotalLeftyRightyTotal

Venn diagram

Tree Diagram

Venn Diagram about No Veggies and Right-handednessNo VegRight
Blank Tree Diagram

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

Key:

Table with rows; Cola, No Cola, and Total and columns; Eats, Doesn't, TotalColaNo ColaTotalEatsDoesn'tTotal

Venn diagram

Tree Diagram

a blank venn diagram
Tree Diagram about whether a person who likes Cola or not eats breakfast.

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

10th Grade

11th Grade

Total

Are the grade students more into biking or swimming?

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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

Teen

Adult

Total

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.

Voted

Didn’t Vote

Total

Income Over

Income Under

Total

Based on the sample of data, are all income levels participating in the election equally?