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Two-Way tables & Venn Diagrams

 5 Two Way tables & Venn Diagrams (Introduction) Introduction to Venn Diagrams and understanding concepts of: Union, Intersection, Complement, Mutually exclusive, Independence Activity Interactive Venn diagrams (www.shodor.org) Put numbers in venn diagram (www.transum.org) Venn diagram mix & Maich John Venn Born: Hull, England 1834 Died: Cambridge 1923 Venn’s most important work was in logic and probability. In his book Symbolic logic he introduced his now famous Venn Diagram. This showed how a number of closed curves (circles) could be used to represent sets with something in common. Nice clear videos by Brandon Foltz. Venn Diagram Basics Venn Diagram Region Method Venn Diagram using the concept of Union Venn Diagram Practice Problems Two way tables Sigma (old) Ex 6.03 Two way Table nceax.co.nz quiz 1 | quiz 2 | quiz 3 Statistics Glossary link to www.stats.gla.ac.uk Read p66, 94 - 97 Do p98 - 102 Activity (the basics of Venn diagrams) Venn Diagram Shape Sorter interactive (www.shodor.org) (3 circles)

The probability of:

1) a potion containing a frog

2) an exploding worm potion

3) a potion exploding

4) an exploding potion containing a slug

5) a worm potion being a success

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Potion information table