Wednesday, May 9, 2012

Wednesday May 9th

Math: Chapter 11, Lesson 1 - Describing Probabilities (Pages 408-411)

Learning Goals: Experimental probabilities are determined from data collected in an experiment. Theoretical probabilities are determined by mathematical analysis without the gathering of data. The more times an experiment is repeated, the closer experimental results usually get to theoretical predictions.

Classwork: Practice Questions 1-4

Homework Book: Pages 156-157