MATH 103

 
 
This past Tuesday we reviewed chapter 27 and section 28.1. We went over the definitions listed in the previous blog entry, and we also explored more examples and compound events and analyzed them by drawing tree diagrams and using the slot method. We learned that "at least one = 1 - none," which is an important concept to use when trying to find the probability of something occurring at least once in a series of trials. 


Next Tuesday, 11/16, I will be holding extended office hours from 6pm-10pm in 160 Education. I hope you will come to prepare for your exam on Thursday!


Also, feel free to email me any questions! I reply pretty quickly.
 


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