5.01.01 – I can record outcomes of probability experiments in a table

5.01.02 – I can understand that probability is not a definitive measure and is based on chance

5.01.03 – I can describe the probability of events using words

5.01.04 – I can understand the factors which improve experimental probabilities

5.01.05 – I can calculate the relative frequency from an experiment

5.01.06 – I can state the theoretical probabilities of a single event

5.01.07 – I can make links between relative frequency and theoretical probability

5.01.08 – I can state which events are mutually exclusive

5.01.09 – I can find the probability of an event not happening given the probability it will happen

5.01.10 – I can use the sum of theoretical probabilities sums to 1

5.01.11 – I can list outcomes in a systematic way

5.01.12 – I can construct a sample space for combined experiments or routines

5.01.13 – I can calculate probabilities from a sample space

5.01.14 – I can predict the number of outcomes of an event given the probability and trials

5.01.15 – I can construct a tree diagram for a set of events

5.01.16 – I can calculate probabilities from a tree diagram

5.01.17 – I can use the AND rule to calculate probabilities of combined events

5.01.18 – I can use the OR rule to calculate probabilities of combined events

5.01.19 – I can show probabilities on a scale

5.01.20 – I can predict other probabilities or outcomes given connected probabilities and outcomes