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MDM4UE: Success Criteria Tracking Sheet
Unit 3: Probability and Simulation
Learning Goal: Describe patterns and departures from patterns
Feedback
e.g. warm-ups,
homework
Success Criteria
Knowledge and skills demonstrated
1. Use the basic rules of probability to solve probability
questions.
2. solve problems using techniques for counting permutations
3. solve problems using techniques for counting combinations
.
4. Compare and contrast the principles Theoretical and
Experimental Design
5. Perform a simulation of a probability problem using a table of
random digits or technology.
6. Write out a sample space for a probability random
phenomenon, and use it to solve problems
7. Use general multiplication and addition rules to solve
probability problems.
8. Solve problems using conditional probability
9. Understand the vocabulary: random variable, discrete random
variable, continuous random variable
10. Explain what is meant by the probability distribution for a
random variable
11. Explain what is meant by the law of large numbers
12. Calculate the mean and variance of a discrete random
variable
13. Calculate the mean and variance of distributions formed by
combining two random variable
14. Compare and contrast a binomial setting, binomial
distribution, geometric setting, geometric distribution
15. use technology to solve problems in binomial, geometric and
hypergeometric settings
16. Solve a binomial probability problem using a Normal
approximation
17. Calculate the mean and variance of a binomial and a
geometric random variable
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