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Re: Trig 2
Posted:
Jun 9, 2010 11:07 PM


Hi everyone
If you would like another practice exam to give to your Alg. 2/Trig students, paste the web address found below into your browser and choose the PDF titled "Mock Exam." This is the one that we gave to our students about a week ago. If you could please let me know whether or not you were able to retrieve the document, I would appreciate it.
http://www.seaford.k12.ny.us/16012011523293177/FileLib/browse.asp?a=374&BMDR N=2000&BCOB=0&c=56886&16012011523293177Nav=552&NodeID=565
Good luck to all!!
Genevieve LaGattuta Seaford High School
On 5/26/10 11:20 AM, "precopio@nycap.rr.com" <precopio@nycap.rr.com> wrote:
> Thank you! I think this is ridiculous for a trig student. > I hate teaching how to press buttons. That's basically what I will be doing > since I have no time for this. > >  Michael Crawford <mcrawford@minisink.com> wrote: >> This is what another teacher gave me that she is using for her class. Use >> the last case for this problem. >> >> >> >> Algebra 2/Trig >> Name _______________________ >> >> Probability on the Graphing Calculator >> Date ___________ Per _________ >> >> >> >> In general, for a given experiment, if the probability of success is p and >> the probability for failure >> >> is 1  p = q, then the probability of exactly r successes in n independent >> trials is: >> >> >> >> Probability of r successes in n independent trials = >> >> >> >> >> >> Exactly r successes in n trials >> >> We can use our graphing calculator to find the probability of EXACTLY r >> successes in n trials: >> >> >> >> 2nd, VARS, 0: binompdf ( >> >> Enter the following: n, p, r) >> >> >> >> Remember: n = # of trials, p = probability of success, r = # of successes >> >> >> >> >> >> At Most r successes in n trials >> >> We can use our graphing calculator to find the probability of AT MOST r >> successes in n trials: >> >> >> >> 2nd, VARS, A: binomcdf ( >> >> Enter the following: n, p, r) >> >> >> >> Remember: n = # of trials, p = probability of success, r = # of successes >> >> >> >> >> >> At Least r successes in n trials >> >> We can use our graphing calculator to find the probability of AT LEAST r >> successes in n trials: >> >> >> >> We have to calculate the following: >> >> 1  binomcdf (n, p, r) + binompdf (n, p, r) >> >> >> >> Remember: n = # of trials, p = probability of success, r = # of successes >> >> >> >> Examples: >> >> 1. A fair die is rolled five times. Find the probability of rolling exactly >> two sixes. >> >> >> >> >> >> >> >> 2. A fair die is rolled eight times. Find the probability of rolling at most >> three twos. >> >> >> >> >> >> >> >> >> >> 3. A fair die is rolled 14 times. Find the probability of rolling at least >> five ones. >> >> >> >>  Original Message  >> From: "Holly Siebert" <Holly.Siebert@wappingersschools.org> >> To: <nyshsmath@mathforum.org> >> Sent: Wednesday, May 26, 2010 9:58 AM >> Subject: Re: Trig 2 >> >> >>> can you tell us the commands because we do not have the Prentice Hall >> Review Book? >>> Thanks >>> >>> >>> ******************************************************************* >>> * To unsubscribe from this mailing list, email the message >>> * "unsubscribe nyshsmath" to majordomo@mathforum.org >>> * >>> * Read prior posts and download attachments from the web archives at >>> * http://mathforum.org/kb/forum.jspa?forumID=671 >>> ******************************************************************* >>> >>> > > ******************************************************************* > * To unsubscribe from this mailing list, email the message > * "unsubscribe nyshsmath" to majordomo@mathforum.org > * > * Read prior posts and download attachments from the web archives at > * http://mathforum.org/kb/forum.jspa?forumID=671 > *******************************************************************
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