Algebra II - Inferences and Conclusions - Unit 9

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Essential Questions:

1.  Inferences are made by use of a random sample from a population in surveys, observational studies, and experiments.

2.  Theoretical probability is used to make a prediction for a random event to occur, whereas experimental probability gives the actual result of a random event.

3.  The addition rule and the multiplication rule are used to determine probabilities of a union of events and an intersection of events, respectively