# Lesson 5Declaring IndependenceSolidify Understanding

Find the -intercepts, -intercept, line of symmetry, and vertex for the quadratic functions, and then graph them on the coordinate grid.

### 1.

-intercepts:

-intercept:

line of symmetry:

vertex:

### 2.

-intercepts:

-intercept:

line of symmetry:

vertex:

### 3.

-intercepts:

-intercept:

line of symmetry:

vertex:

### 4.

-intercepts:

-intercept:

line of symmetry:

vertex:

### 5.

-intercepts:

-intercept:

line of symmetry:

vertex:

### 6.

-intercepts:

-intercept:

line of symmetry:

vertex:

## Set

Determining the independence of events can sometimes be done by becoming familiar with the context in which the events occur and the nature of the events. There are also some ways of determining independence of events based on equivalent probabilities.

• Two events, and , are independent if .

• Additionally, two events, and , are independent if .

Use these two ways of determining independent events to determine independence in the problems below and answer the problems.

### 10.

The table shows the results of a survey of automobile preferences for different age groups. Participants were asked whether they would prefer owning a car or a truck. Use the table for problems 11–15.

Truck

Car

Total

Total

Find .

Find .

Find .

Find .

### 15.

Based on the random survey, are preferring a truck and belonging to the age range of years old independent or dependent events? Provide justification.

## Go

The following data represents the number of men and women passengers aboard the Titanic and whether or not they survived.

Survived

Did Not Survive

Total

Men

Women

Total