Students understand and apply basic notions of chance and probability.
Identify relationship among events (e.g., inclusion, disjoint, complementary, independent, and dependent).
Compute probabilities of two events under different relationships, union, intersections.
Use fundamental counting principle, permutations, and combinations as counting techniques to solve problems.
Compute the theoretical probabilities of repeated experiments with replacement and repeated experiments without replacement.
Recognize random variables in real situations (e.g., insurance, life expectancy) and estimate and compute expectations.
Game of Pig
Flip, Flip: pp. 112
Pictures of Probability: pp. 119-120, 124-125
In the Long Run: pp. 135-138, 139-140, 142-143, 144, 145-149
Little Pig: pp. 151-156
Back to Pig: pp. 158-159
Triangles Galore: pp. 438
Keeping Things Balanced: pp. 33
Play Ball!: pp. 392-393
Trees & Baseball: pp. 400-405
Birthday Problem: pp. 407-408, 411-414
Baseball & Counting: pp. 416-434
Combinatorial Reasoning: pp. 436-439, 442-444, 447-448
Baseball Finale: pp. 459, 461-462
What’s a Pollster to Think?: pp. 369-370, 373, 374-376
Polls & Pennant Fever: pp. 378-385
Normal Distributions Revisited: pp. 387-408
Means & Standard Deviations: pp. 416-417
Matter of Confidence: pp. 425-427
Putting it Together; pp. 437-438
Correlation of IMP Years 1-4 (© 1997-2000) to the Hawai’i Mathematics Content Standards29
It’s About TimeFebruary 2003