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Goals:
Students will...

• Gain a greater understanding of probability distributions
• Gain an understanding of how probability and geometry are related
• Increase their ability to solve problems related to probability

Objectives:

Students will be able to... • Knowledge: Calculate theoretical and experimental probabilities of uniform distributions
• Comprehension: Describe how they arrived at their answers of calculating theoretical and experimental probabilities of uniform distributions
• Application: Apply their knowledge of shapes, diagonals, bisectors, and area to calculate the theoretical probability of hitting a certain area of a target
• Synthesis: To design their own target and calculate the theoretical probability of hitting a shaded region on the target created by the student.
• Evaluation: Generalize what factors differentiate a uniform probability distribution from a non uniform probability distribution

DRAFT: This module has unpublished changes.