b  understand and use estimates
or measures of probability
from theoretical models,
or from relative frequency
c  list all outcomes for
single events, and for
two successive events,
in a systematic way
d  identify different
mutually exclusive outcomes
and know that the sum of
the probabilities of all
these outcomes is 1
f  calculate an appropriate
moving average
g  know when to add or
multiply two probabilities:
if A and B are mutually
exclusive, then the probability
of A or B occurring is
P(A) + P(B), whereas if
A and B are independent
events, the probability
of A and B occurring is
P(A) P(B)
h  use tree diagrams to
represent outcomes of compound
events, recognising when
events are indepent.
