Recognize and explain the concepts of conditional probability and independence in everyday language and everyday situations. For example, compare the chance of having lung cancer if you are a smoker with the chance of being a smoker if you have lung cancer.

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Students construct a hypothetical 1,000 two-way table from given probability information and use the table to calculate the probabilities of events. Students calculate conditional probabilities given a two-way data table or using a hypothetical 1,000 two-way table. Students interpret probabilities, including conditional probabilities, in context.

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Students use a hypothetical 1,000 two-way table to calculate probabilities of events. Students calculate conditional probabilities given a two-way data table or using a hypothetical 1,000 two-way table. Students use two-way tables (data tables or hypothetical 1,000 two-way tables) to determine if two events are independent. Students interpret probabilities, including conditional probabilities, in context.

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Conditional Probability In this Concept, you will learn about the concept of conditional probability and be presented with some examples of how conditional probability is used in the real world. You will also learn the appropriate notation associated with conditional probability.

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