DM.2: Use algebraic methods to represent simple and complex relationships among statements. Use models to represent patterns and operations.
DM.2.a: Define sentence (proposition), and use logic to determine if the sentence is true or false.
DM.2.c: Define a conditional statement using truth tables.
DM.2.d: Apply the principles of logic to determine the validity of arguments.
DM.2.e: Define a sequence recursively and explicitly.
DM.2.h: Add, subtract, multiply, and divide sets and find unions, intersections, differences, and complements of sets.
DM.3: Use geometric models to describe and analyze mathematical relationships, establish the validity of conjectures, and determine solutions to real applications.
DM.3.d: Use Venn diagrams to represent basic operations on sets.
DM.4: Investigate and explain strategies for solving simple games.
DM.4.c: Create and use simulations for probability models.
Independent and Dependent Events
Theoretical and Experimental Probability
Correlation last revised: 1/20/2017