Unit 7: Probability Advanced Algebra Learning Targets A. I can describe and calculate chance behavior with a probability model. a. I can determine probability from two-way tables and tree diagrams. b. I can construct Venn Diagrams and determine probabilities. c. I can use basic probability rules, including the complement rule and the addition rule for mutually exclusive events. d. I can use the general additional rule to calculate to union of events. B. I can apply basic rules of probability. a. I can calculate the probability of multiple independent events using tree diagrams. b. I can apply the multiplication rule to find the probability of compound events. c. I can tell the difference between independent and dependent events. d. I can determine if two events are mutually exclusive. e. I can distinguish between intersections and unions. f. I can apply probability concepts to make informed decisions in real-world situations. C. I can interpret and calculate conditional probabilities. a. I can define and compute conditional probabilities. b. I can find the probability that events occur using a two-way table and/or tree diagram. c. I can construct a two-way table and display the data in an appropriate graph. D. I can design and perform simulations a. I can define experimental probability, trials, and events. b. I can define theoretical probability, outcomes, and randomness. c. I can tell the difference between experimental and theoretical probabilities. d. I can interpret probability as a long-run frequency. e. I can explain the importance of randomness in simulations and other experiments. f. I can apply probability concepts to make informed decisions in real-world situations.