# Access Point #: MAFS.912.S-CP.1.AP.3a

Using a two-way table, find the conditional probability of A given B.
Clarifications:

#### Essential Understandings

Concrete:

• Create a two-way table using objects/manipulatives. • List the possible combinations to create a two-way table (e.g., using one male figurine, twelve matchbox cars, and eight toy SUV’s to model the probability of the type of car given the customer is a male).
Representation:
• Understand that a two-way table looks at sub groups within the whole group. For example, looking at how boys scored on a test verses how girls scored on the same test.
• Use this two-way table to determine specific probabilities. E.g., the probability of the owner being female given a sports car is 45 out of 84 or 0.54. • Use this two-way table to determine specific probabilities. E.g., the probability of choosing a sports car given they are a male in the table below is 39 out of 60 or 0.65. General Information
Number: MAFS.912.S-CP.1.AP.3a
Category: Access Points
Cluster: Understand independence and conditional probability and use them to interpret data. (Algebra 2 - Additional Cluster)

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1200330: Algebra 2
1200340: Algebra 2 Honors
1210300: Probability and Statistics Honors
1200335: Algebra 2 for Credit Recovery
7912095: Access Algebra 2

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