11.9 dependent and independent events

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  • 11.9 dependent and independent events

    1. 1. 11.9 Independent and Dependent EventsLesson Title: 11.9 Independent and Dependent EventsObjective: The students will be able to explain the difference Lesson Title: 11.9 Independent and Dependent Events Objective: The students will be able to explain the difference between independent and dependentbetween independent and dependent events. The students will events. The students will be able to find thebe able to find the probability of independent and dependent probability of independent and dependent events.events. Method:Method: 1. Review the homework with the students. 1. Begin by explaining independent and dependent events. 2. Allow the students to ask any questions that 2. Next show the students how to tell the difference they may have from the homework. between independent and dependent events using 3. Go over more practice problems with the situations. students. 3. Show the students how to find the probability of an A: 11.9 odd independent event. April 28, 2011 4. Next, show the students how to find the probability of a dependent event. 5. Have the students practice several problems.
    2. 2. ❖Two events are independent events ifthe occurrence of one event does notaffect the probability of the occurrenceof the other event.
    3. 3. ❖Two events are independent events ifthe occurrence of one event does notaffect the probability of the occurrenceof the other event.❖Two events are dependent events ifthe occurrence of one event does affectthe probability of the occurrence of theother event.
    4. 4. Example 1:
    5. 5. Example 1:
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    7. 7. Example 2:
    8. 8. Example 2:
    9. 9. Example 3:
    10. 10. Example 3:

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