2014c Geometry

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Unit 1:  Proof, Parallel and Perpendicular Lines

Activity 1

Geometric Figures

1-1 Learning Targets:

·           Identify, describe, and name points, lines, line segments, rays, and planes using correct notation.

·           Identify and name angles.

1-2 Learning Targets:

·           Describe angles and angle pairs.

·       Identify and name parts of circles.

Basic Geometry Figures

Basic geometry: language and labels

Intro to lines, line segments, and rays

Language and notation of the circle

Angle basics

Complementary and supplementary angles

Activity 2

Logical Reasoning

2-1 Learning Targets:

·           Make conjectures by applying inductive reasoning.

·           Recognize the limits of inductive reasoning.

2-2 Learning Targets:

·           Use deductive reasoning to prove that a conjecture is true.

·       Develop geometric and algebraic arguments based on deductive reasoning.

Reasoning

Difference between inductive and deductive reasoning

Inductive Reasoning

Inductive patterns

Patterns in sequences 1

Patterns in sequences 2

Equations of sequence patterns

Finding the 100th term in a sequence

Sum of consecutive odd integers

Challenge example: Sum of integers

Activity 3

The Axiomatic System of Geometry

3-1 Learning Targets:

·           Distinguish between undefined and defined terms.

·           Use properties to complete algebraic two-column proofs.

3-2 Learning Targets:

·           Identify the hypothesis and conclusion of a conditional statement.

·           Give counterexamples for false conditional statements

3-3 Learning Targets:

·           Write and determine the truth value of the converse, inverse, and contrapositive of a conditional statement.

·           Write and interpret biconditional statements.

 

N/A

Activity 4

Segment and Angle Measurement

4-1 Learning Targets:

·           Apply the Segment Addition Postulate to find lengths of segments.

·           Use the definition of midpoint to find lengths of segments

4-2 Learning Targets:

·           Apply the Angle Addition Postulate to find angle measures.

·           Use the definition of angle bisector to find angle measures.

Segments and Midpoints

Algebraic midpoint of a segment exercise

Vertical Angles

Introduction to vertical angles

Find measure of vertical angles

Activity 5

The Distance and Midpoint Formulas

5-1 Learning Targets:

·           Derive the Distance Formula.

·           Use the Distance Formula to find the distance between two points on the coordinate plane.

5-2 Learning Targets:

·           Use inductive reasoning to determine the Midpoint Formula.

·           Use the Midpoint Formula to find the coordinates of the midpoint of a segment on the coordinate plane.

Distance on the Coordinate Plane

Distance formula

Midpoint on the Coordinate Plane

Midpoint formula

 

Activity 6

Proofs about Line Segments and Angles

6-1 Learning Targets:

·           Use definitions, properties, and theorems to justify a statement.

·           Write two-column proofs to prove theorems about lines and angles.

6-2 Learning Targets:

  • Complete two-column proofs to prove theorems about segments.
  • Complete two-column proofs to prove theorems about angles.

 

N/A

Activity 7

Parallel and Perpendicular Lines

7-1 Learning Targets:

·           Make conjectures about the angles formed by a pair of parallel lines and a transversal.

·           Prove theorems about these angles

7-2 Learning Targets:

  • Develop theorems to show that lines are parallel.
  • Determine whether lines are parallel.

7-3 Learning Targets:

  • Develop theorems to show that lines are perpendicular.
  • Determine whether lines are perpendicular.

Parallel and Perpendicular Lines

Identifying parallel and perpendicular lines

Two column proof showing segments are perpendicular

Activity 8

Equations of Parallel and Perpendicular Lines

8-1 Learning Targets:

  • Make conjectures about the slopes of parallel and perpendicular lines.
  • Use slope to determine whether lines are parallel or perpendicular.

8-2 Learning Targets:

  • Write the equation of a line that is parallel to a given line.
  • Write the equation of a line that is perpendicular to a given line.

Parallel Lines

Parallel lines 3

Perpendicular Lines

Perpendicular lines

Perpendicular lines 2

Writing Equations of Parallel and Perpendicular Lines

Equations of parallel and perpendicular lines

Unit 2:  Transformations, Triangles, and Quadrilaterals

Activity 9

Translations, Reflections, and Rotations

9-1 Learning Targets:

  • Perform transformations on and off the coordinate plane.
  • Identify characteristics of transformations that are rigid motions and characteristics of transformations that are non-rigid motions.
  • Represent a transformation as a function using coordinates, and show how a figure is transformed by a function.

9-2 Learning Targets:

  • Perform translations on and off the coordinate plane.
  • Predict the effect of a translation on a figure.

9-3 Learning Targets:

  • Perform reflections on and off the coordinate plane.
  • Identify reflectional symmetry in plane figures.

9-4 Learning Targets:

·           Perform rotations on and off the coordinate plane.

  • Identify and distinguish between reflectional and rotational symmetry.

Translations

Translations of polygons

Determining a translation for a shape

Determining a translation between points

Reflection

Reflecting line across another line example

Reflection and mapping points example

Determining the line of reflection

Rotations

Performing a rotation to match figures

Rotating segment about origin example

Activity 10

Compositions and Congruence

10-1 Learning Targets:

  • Find the image of a figure under a composition of rigid motions.
  • Find the pre-image of a figure under a composition of rigid motions.

10-2 Learning Targets:

  • Determine whether given figures are congruent.
  • Specify a sequence of rigid motions that will carry a given figure to a congruent figure.

Transformations and Congruence

Example of rigid transformation and congruence

Another example of rigid transformations for congruence

Testing congruence by transformations example

Another congruence by transformation example

Activity 11

Congruence Transformations and Triangle Congruence

11-1 Learning Targets:

  • Use the fact that congruent triangles have congruent corresponding parts.
  • Determine unknown angle measures or side lengths in congruent triangles.

11-2 Learning Targets:

  • Develop criteria for proving triangle congruence.
  • Determine which congruence criteria can be used to show that two triangles are congruent.

11-3 Learning Targets:

  • Prove that congruence criteria follow from the definition of congruence.
  • Use the congruence criteria in simple proofs.

11-4 Learning Targets:

  • Apply congruence criteria to figures on the coordinate plane.
  • Prove the AAS criterion and develop the HL criterion.

Congruent Triangles

Congruent triangles and SSS

Other triangle congruence postulates

Finding congruent triangles

Congruent triangle proof example

Congruent triangle example 2

 

Activity 12

Flowchart Proofs

12-1 Learning Targets:

·           Write a simple flowchart proof as a two-column proof.

·           Write a flowchart proof.

12-2 Learning Targets:

·           Write a proof in three different formats.

·           Write proofs using the fact that corresponding parts of congruent triangles are congruent.

N/A

Activity 13

Properties of Triangles

13-1 Learning Targets:

  • Prove theorems about angle measures in triangles.
  • Apply theorems about angle measures in triangles.

13-2 Learning Targets:

  • Develop theorems about isosceles triangles.
  • Prove theorems about isosceles triangles.

Angles Relationships in Triangles

Proof: Sum of measures of angles in a triangle are 180

Triangle angle example 1

Triangle angle example 2

Triangle angle example 3

Isosceles Triangles

Congruent legs and base angles of isosceles triangles

Another isosceles example problem

Example involving an isosceles triangle and parallel lines

Activity 14

Concurrent Segments in Triangles

14-1 Learning Targets:

  • Determine the point of concurrency of the altitudes of a triangle.
  • Use the point of concurrency of the altitudes of a triangle to solve problems.

14-2 Learning Targets:

  • Determine the point of concurrency of the medians of a triangle.
  • Use the point of concurrency of the medians of a triangle to solve problems.

14-3 Learning Targets:

  • Determine the points of concurrency of the perpendicular bisectors and the angle bisectors of a triangle.
  • Use the points of concurrency of the perpendicular bisectors and the angle bisectors of a triangle to solve problems.

Altitudes of a Triangle: Orthocenter

Proof: Triangle altitudes are concurrent (orthocenter)

Common orthocenter and centroid

Medians of a Triangle: Centroids

Triangle medians and centroids

Proving that the centroid is 2-3rds along the median

Perpendicular Bisector of Sides of a Triangle: Circumcenter

Circumcenter of a triangle

Circumcenter of a right triangle

Activity 15

Quadrilaterals and Their Properties

15-1 Learning Targets:

  • Develop properties of kites.
  • Prove the Triangle Midsegment Theorem.

15-2 Learning Targets:

  • Develop properties of trapezoids.
  • Prove properties of trapezoids.

15-3 Learning Targets:

  • Develop properties of parallelograms.
  • Prove properties of parallelograms.

15-4 Learning Targets:

  • Develop properties of rectangles, rhombuses, and squares.
  • Prove properties of rectangles, rhombuses, and squares.

Kites

Quadrilaterals: kites as a geometric shape

Parallelograms

Proof: Opposite sides of parallelogram congruent

Proof: Diagonals of a parallelogram bisect each other

Proof: Opposite angles of parallelogram congruent

Rhombus

Proof: Rhombus diagonals are perpendicular bisectors

Proof: Rhombus area half product of diagonal length

Activity 16

More About Quadrilaterals

16-1 Learning Targets:

·           Develop criteria for showing that a quadrilateral is a parallelogram.

·           Prove that a quadrilateral is a parallelogram..

16-2 Learning Targets:

·           Develop criteria for showing that a quadrilateral is a rectangle.

·           Prove that a quadrilateral is a rectangle..

16-3 Learning Targets:

·           Develop criteria for showing that a quadrilateral is a rhombus.

·           Prove that a quadrilateral is a rhombus..

16-4 Learning Targets:

·           Develop criteria for showing that a quadrilateral is a square.

·           Prove that a quadrilateral is a square.

N/A

Unit 3:  Similarity and Trigonometry

Activity 17

Dilations and Similarity Transformations

17-1 Learning Targets:

  • Perform dilations on and off the coordinate plane.
  • Describe dilations.

17-2 Learning Targets:

  • Understand the meaning of similarity transformations.
  • Use similarity transformations to determine whether figures are similar.

17-3 Learning Targets:

  • Identify properties of similar figures.
  • Apply properties of similar figures.

Dilations

Thinking about dilations

Scaling down a triangle by half

Comparing side lengths after dilation

Dilating from an arbitrary point example

Similarity Transformations

Testing similarity through transformations

Activity 18

Similar Triangles

18-1 Learning Targets:

  • Develop criteria for triangle similarity.
  • Prove the AA similarity criterion.

18-2 Learning Targets:

  • Show triangles are similar.
  • Use similar triangles to solve problems.

18-3 Learning Targets:

  • Prove the Triangle Proportionality Theorem and its converse.
  • Apply the Triangle Proportionality Theorem and its converse.

Similar Triangles

Similar triangle basics

Similarity postulates

Similarity example problems

Activity 19

Geometric Mean

19-1 Learning Targets:

·           Identify the relationships that exist when an altitude is drawn to the hypotenuse of a right triangle.

·           Prove the Right Triangle Altitude Theorem.

19-2 Learning Targets:

·           Identify the relationships that exist when an altitude is drawn to the hypotenuse of a right triangle.

·           Apply the relationships that exist when an altitude is drawn to the hypotenuse of a right triangle.

N/A

Activity 20

The Pythagorean Theorem and Its Converse

20-1 Learning Targets:

  • Use similar triangles to prove the Pythagorean Theorem.
  • Apply the Pythagorean Theorem to solve problems.

20-2 Learning Targets:

  • Use the converse of the Pythagorean Theorem to solve problems.
  • Develop and apply Pythagorean inequalities.

Pythagorean Theorem

Pythagorean theorem

Pythagorean theorem 1

Pythagorean theorem proof using similarity

Another Pythagorean theorem proof

Activity 21

Special Right Triangles

21-1 Learning Targets:

  • Describe the relationships among the side lengths of 45°-45°-90° triangles.
  • Apply relationships in special right triangles to solve problems.

21-2 Learning Targets:

  • Describe the relationships among the side lengths of 30°-60°-90° triangles.
  • Apply relationships in special right triangles to solve problems.

45°-45°-90° Triangles

45-45-90 triangles

45-45-90 triangle side ratios

30°-60°-90° Triangles

30-60-90 triangle example problem

30-60-90 triangle side ratios proof

Activity 22

Basic Trigonometric Relationships

22-1 Learning Targets:

  • Find ratios of side lengths in similar right triangles.
  • Given an acute angle of a right triangle, identify the opposite leg and adjacent leg.

22-2 Learning Targets:

  • Understand the definitions of sine, cosine, and tangent ratios.
  • Calculate the trigonometric ratios in a right triangle.
  • Describe the relationship between the sine and cosine of complementary angles.

22-3 Learning Targets:

  • Use trigonometric ratios to find unknown side lengths in right triangles.
  • Solve real-world problems using trigonometric ratios.

22-4 Learning Targets:

  • Calculate angle measures from trigonometric ratios.
  • Solve right triangles.

Similarity Right Triangles

Similarity to define sine, cosine, and tangent

 

Trigonometric Ratios

Example with trig functions and ratios

Example relating trig function to side ratios

Basic trigonometry

Basic trigonometry II

Sine and Cosine of Complementary Angles

Sine and cosine of complements example

Showing relationship between cosine and sine of complements

Solving Right Triangles

Example: Trig to solve the sides and angles of a right triangle

Example: Using soh cah toa

Activity 23

The Laws of Sines and of Cosines

23-1 Learning Targets:

  • Prove the Law of Sines.
  • Apply the Law of Sines.

23-2 Learning Targets:

  • Understand when the ambiguous case of the Law of Sines occurs.
  • Solve problems using the Law of Sines.

23-3 Learning Targets:

  • Prove the Law of Cosines.
  • Solve problems using the Law of Cosines.

23-4 Learning Targets:

  • Determine when to use the Law of Sines and when to use the Law of Cosines.
  • Solve problems using the Law of Cosines and/or the Law of Sines.

The Law of Sines

Law of sines

Law of sines for missing angle

Proof: Law of sines

The Law of Cosines

Law of cosines

Law of cosines to determine grade

Law of cosines for star distance

Proof of the law of cosines

Unit 4:  Circles, Coordinates, and Constructions

Activity 24

Tangents and Chords

24-1 Learning Targets:

  • Describe relationships among tangents and radii of a circle.
  • Use arcs, chords, and diameters of a circle to solve problems.

24-2 Learning Targets:

  • Describe relationships among diameters and chords of a circle.
  • Prove and apply theorems about chords of a circle.

24-3 Learning Targets:

  • Prove that tangent segments to a circle from a point outside the circle are congruent.
  • Use tangent segments to solve problems.

Tangents and Chords in Circles

Language and notation of the circle

Circles: radius, diameter, circumference and Pi

Example with tangent and radius

Perpendicular radius bisects chord

Activity 25

Arcs and Angles

25-1 Learning Targets:

  • Understand how to measure an arc of a circle.
  • Use relationships among arcs and central angles to solve problems.

25-2 Learning Targets:

  • Describe the relationship among inscribed angles, central angles, and arcs.
  • Use inscribed angles to solve problems.

25-3 Learning Targets:

  • Describe a relationship among the angles formed by intersecting chords in a circle.
  • Use angles formed by chords to solve problems.

25-4 Learning Targets:

·           Describe relationships among the angles formed by tangents to a circle or secants to a circle.

·           Use angles formed by tangents or secants to solve problems.

Angles in Circles

Inscribed and central angles

Measure of circumscribed angle

Activity 26

Coordinate Proofs

26-1 Learning Targets:

  • Write coordinate proofs.
  • Prove the midpoint formula.

26-2 Learning Targets:

·           Write coordinate proofs.

·           Prove the slope criteria for parallel and perpendicular lines.

26-3 Learning Targets:

  • Write coordinate proofs.
  • Prove that the medians of a triangle are concurrent.

25-4 Learning Targets:

·           Find the coordinates of the point that is a given fractional distance along a line segment.

·           Find the coordinates of the point that partitions a line segment in a given ratio.

N/A

Activity 27

Equation of a Circle

27-1 Learning Targets:

  • Derive the general equation of a circle given the center and radius.
  • Write the equation of a circle given three points on the circle.

27-2 Learning Targets:

  • Find the center and radius of a circle given its equation.
  • Complete the square to write the equation of a circle in the form (x − h)2 + (y − k)2 = r2.

Writing the Equation of a Circle

Equation for a circle using the Pythagorean theorem

 

Identifying Key Components of a Circle

Radius and center for a circle equation in standard form

Recognizing points on a circle

Pythagorean theorem and radii of circles

Completing the square to write equation in standard form of a circle

Activity 28

Equations of Parabolas

28-1 Learning Targets:

  • Derive the general equation of a parabola given the focus and directrix.
  • Write the equation of a parabola given a specific focus and directrix.

28-2 Learning Targets:

  • Derive the general equation of a parabola given the vertex and directrix.
  • Write the equation of a parabola given a specific vertex and directrix.

Writing the Equation of a Parabola

Focus and directrix introduction

Using the focus and directrix to find the equation of a parabola

Equation for parabola from focus and directrix

Finding focus and directrix from vertex

Activity 29

Constructions

29-1 Learning Targets:

  • Use constructions to copy a segment or an angle.
  • Use constructions to bisect a segment or an angle.

29-2 Learning Targets:

  • Construct parallel and perpendicular lines.
  • Use constructions to make conjectures about geometric relationships.

29-3 Learning Targets:

  • Construct inscribed and circumscribed circles.
  • Construct tangents to a circle.

Constructions with Segments and Angles

Constructing an angle bisector using a compass and straightedge

Constructions with Parallel and Perpendicular Lines

Constructing a perpendicular bisector using a compass and straightedge

Constructing a perpendicular line using a compass and straightedge

Constructions with Circles

Constructing square inscribed in circle

Constructing equilateral triangle inscribed in circle

Constructing regular hexagon inscribed in circle

Constructing circle inscribing triangle

Constructing circumscribing circle

Unit 5:  Extending Two Dimensions to Three Dimensions

Activity 30

Deriving Area Formulas

30-1 Learning Targets:

  • Solve problems using the areas of rectangles, parallelograms, and composite figures.
  • Use coordinates to compute perimeters and areas of figures.

30-2 Learning Targets:

  • Solve problems using the areas of triangles and composite figures.
  • Use coordinates to compute perimeters and areas of figures.

30-3 Learning Targets:

  • Solve problems using the areas of rhombuses, trapezoids, and composite figures.
  • Solve problems involving density.

Areas of Quadrilaterals

Area of a parallelogram

Perimeter of a parallelogram

Area of a trapezoid

Areas of Triangles

Triangle area proofs

Area of diagonal generated triangles of rectangle are equal

Area of an equilateral triangle

Area of shaded region made from equilateral triangles

Composite Figures

Perimeter and area of a non-standard polygon

Activity 31

Regular Polygons

31-1 Learning Targets:

  • Develop a formula for the sum of the measures of the interior angles of a polygon.
  • Determine the sum of the measures of the interior angles of a polygon.

31-2 Learning Targets:

  • Develop a formula for the measure of each interior angle of a regular polygon.
  • Determine the measure of the exterior angles of a polygon.

31-3 Learning Targets:

  • Develop a formula for the area of a regular polygon.
  • Solve problems using the perimeter and area of regular polygons.

Sum of the Measures of the Interior Angles of a Polygon

Sum of interior angles of a polygon

Sum of the exterior angles of convex polygon

Area of Regular Polygons

Area of a regular hexagon

Activity 32

Length and Area of Circles

32-1 Learning Targets:

  • Develop and apply a formula for the circumference of a circle.
  • Develop and apply a formula for the area of a circle.

32-2 Learning Targets:

  • Develop and apply a formula for the area of a sector.
  • Develop and apply a formula for arc length.

32-3 Learning Targets:

  • Prove that all circles are similar.
  • Describe and apply radian measure.

Area of a Circle

Area of a circle

 

Area of a Sector

Area of a sector given a central angle

 

Arc Length

Length of an arc that subtends a central angle

Activity 33

Three-Dimensional Figures

33-1 Learning Targets:

  • Describe properties and cross sections of prisms and pyramids.
  • Describe the relationship among the faces, edges, and vertices of a polyhedron.

33-2 Learning Targets:

  • Describe properties and cross sections of a cylinder.
  • Describe properties and cross sections of a cone.

33-3 Learning Targets:

  • Describe properties and cross sections of a sphere.
  • Identify three-dimensional objects generated by rotations of two-dimensional objects.

Cross Sections

Slice a rectangular pyramid

Rotating 2D shapes in 3D

Activity 34

Prisms and Cylinders

34-1 Learning Targets:

  • Solve problems by finding the lateral area or total surface area of a prism.
  • Solve problems by finding the lateral area or total surface area of a cylinder.

34-2 Learning Targets:

  • Solve problems by finding the volume of a prism.
  • Solve problems by finding the volume of a cylinder.

Surface Area

Finding surface area: nets of polyhedra

Cylinder volume and surface area

Volume

Cylinder volume and surface area

Find the volume of a triangular prism and cube

Activity 35

Pyramids and Cones

35-1 Learning Targets:

  • Solve problems by finding the lateral area or total surface area of a pyramid.
  • Solve problems by finding the lateral area or total surface area of a cone.

35-2 Learning Targets:

  • Solve problems by finding the volume of a pyramid.
  • Solve problems by finding the volume of a cone.

35-3 Learning Targets:

  • Apply concepts of density in modeling situations.
  • Apply surface area and volume to solve design problems.

Volume: Cones

Volume of a cone

 

Activity 36

Spheres

36-1 Learning Targets:

  • Solve problems using properties of spheres.
  • Solve problems by finding the surface area of a sphere.

36-2 Learning Targets:

·           Develop the formula for the volume of a sphere.

·           Solve problems by finding the volume of a sphere.

36-3  Learning Targets:

  • Compare parallelism in Euclidean and spherical geometries.
  • Compare triangles in Euclidean and spherical geometries.

Volume: Sphere

Volume of a sphere

Activity 37

Changing Dimensions

37-1 Learning Targets:

  • Describe how changes in the linear dimensions of a shape affect its perimeter, area, surface area, or volume.
  • Use geometric shapes and their measures to model real-world objects.

37-2 Learning Targets:

  • Describe how changes in the linear dimensions of a shape affect its perimeter, area, surface area, or volume.
  • Use geometric shapes and their measures to model real-world objects.

N/A

Unit 6:  Probability

Activity 38

Sample Spaces

38-1 Learning Targets:

·           Understand probability in real-world situations.

·           Represent sample spaces as lists.

·           Calculate the probability of a single event.

38-2 Learning Targets:

  • Understand probability in real-world situations.
  • Describe events as subsets of a sample space using the characteristics of the outcomes.
  • Represent sample spaces as tables of outcomes and as two-way frequency tables.
  • Calculate the probability of events involving “and” and “or.”

Calculating Probability

Probability explained

Determining probability

Finding probability example

Finding probability example 2

Finding probability example 3

Frequency Tables

Filling out frequency table for independent events

Activity 39

Venn Diagrams and Probability Notation

39-1 Learning Targets:

  • Use Venn diagrams to represent events.
  • Translate Venn diagrams of counts into Venn diagrams of probabilities.

39-2 Learning Targets:

  • Use Venn diagrams to represent “and,” “or,” and “not.”
  • Use set notation to describe events.

Using Venn Diagrams with Probability

Probability with playing cards and Venn diagrams

Activity 40

Addition Rule and Mutually Exclusive Events

40-1 Learning Targets:

  • Learn the Addition Rule and understand why it applies.
  • Use the Addition Rule to calculate probabilities.

40-2 Learning Targets:

  • Learn the meaning of “mutually exclusive” events.
  • Use Venn diagrams to represent mutually exclusive events.
  • Use the Addition Rule to calculate the probability of mutually exclusive events.

Applying the Addition Rule for Probability

Addition rule for probability

Activity 41

Dependent Events

41-1 Learning Targets:

  • Understand the conditional probability of A given B.
  • Determine conditional probabilities using two-way frequency tables and Venn diagrams.
  • Interpret the answer in terms of the model/

41-2 Learning Targets:

  • Develop the conditional probability formula.
  • Use conditional probability for everyday situations.

41-3 Learning Targets:

  • Use tree diagrams to determine conditional probabilities.
  • Apply the general Multiplication Rule.

Dependent Events

Dependent probability introduction

Dependent probability example

Dependent probability example 2

Analyzing dependent probability

Conditional  Probability

Calculating conditional probability

Conditional probability warmup

Count outcomes using tree diagram

Analyzing event probability for independence

Activity 42

Independent Events

42-1 Learning Targets:

  • Understand when two events are independent.
  • Use the Multiplication Rule to determine if two events are independent.
  • Understand independent and dependent events in real-world situations.

42-2 Learning Targets:

  • Discover ways probability is used in real-life situations.
  • Determine the probability of an event involving area.
  • Use a linear model to determine probability involving elapsed time

42-3 Learning Targets:

·       Use permutations and combinations to compute probabilities of compound events and solve problems.

Independent and Dependent Probabilities

Independent or dependent probability event?

Independent Events

Compound probability of independent events

Test taking probability and independent events

Die rolling probability with independent events