# IndependentandDependentProbabilityFoldable-1 ```Dependent &amp;
Independent
Probability
Interactive
Notebook Foldable
Can be cut in half to make separate sections,
cut the top portion halfway to keep it
together but still folds or just fold in half
hamburger style without cutting.
Color and black &amp; white versions available.
Whatever works best for you!
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Independent
Probability
An event that DOES NOT
affect another event’s
outcome.
•
For example, if you toss
a coin and roll a die.
•
•
Dependent
Probability
An event that DOES affect
another event’s outcome.
For example, if you draw a
marble from a bag and DO
NOT REPLACE it.
Teaching Forever Math &copy; 2020
There are 11 hearts, 5 spades,
10 diamonds, and 4 club cards
in a stack face down. One card
is selected and not replaced.
P(4 and C)=
P(two hearts)=
P(1 and A)=
P(heart then diamond)=
P(even and C)=
P(greater than 3 and B)=
P(two club cards)=
P(odd and A)=
P(less than 5 and D)=
Teaching Forever Math &copy; 2020
Independent
Probability
Dependent
Probability
•
Independent
Probability
An event that DOES NOT
affect another event’s
outcome.
•
For example, if you toss
a coin and roll a die.
•
•
Dependent
Probability
An event that DOES affect
another event’s outcome.
For example, if you draw a
marble from a bag and DO
NOT REPLACE it.
Teaching Forever Math &copy; 2020
There are 11 hearts, 5 spades,
10 diamonds, and 4 club cards
in a stack face down. One card
is selected and not replaced.
P(4 and C)=
P(two hearts)=
P(1 and A)=
P(heart then diamond)=
P(even and C)=
P(greater than 3 and B)=
P(two club cards)=
P(odd and A)=
P(less than 5 and D)=
Teaching Forever Math &copy; 2020
Independent
Probability
Dependent
Probability
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