## The submission should be a letter written to Victor Sporty. The letter should:

The submission should be a letter written to Victor Sporty. The letter should:
Clearly summarize the problem to be solved.
Explain how the problem will be approached.
Give a precise and well-organized explanation of how the answers were found, including algebraic, graphical and numerical support as appropriate.
All of this should be done in math and in words that are understandable to someone (the school board) who doesn’t know the math.
Individual Project Rubric
Criteria Ratings Pts
This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeBasic Scenario Model
20 pts
Fully Correct
The scenario is correctly modeled with a tree diagram. All terms and values are explained in layman’s terms. Calculated probabilities are mathematically accurate. A precise and well-organized explanation of how the calculated answers were found is provided.
13.33 pts
Partially Correct
The scenario is correctly modeled with a tree diagram. Calculated probabilities are mathematically accurate. The submission is lacking in explanations and solution support.
6.67 pts
Attempted but Incorrect
There is an attempt to model the scenario with a tree diagram and calculated probabilities. The submission has mathematical errors and is lacking in explanations and solution support.
0 pts
No Marks
20 pts
This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeFalse Positive Analysis
20 pts
Fully Correct
Explains how the problem will be approached. Prefaces any use of mathematics by precisely describing: what is to be done, why it is being done, why the tool of choice is appropriate. Calculated probabilities are mathematically accurate. Gives a precise and well-organized explanation of how the calculated answers were found, including algebraic, graphical and numerical support as appropriate.
13.33 pts
Partially Correct
Calculated probabilities are mathematically accurate. The submission is lacking in explanations and solution support.
6.67 pts
Attempted but Incorrect
There is an attempt to calculate the probabilities. The submission has mathematical errors and is lacking in explanations and solution support.
0 pts
No Marks
20 pts
This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeFalse Negative Analysis
20 pts
Fully Correct
Explains how the problem will be approached. Prefaces any use of mathematics by precisely describing: what is to be done, why it is being done, why the tool of choice is appropriate. Calculated probabilities are mathematically accurate. Gives a precise and well-organized explanation of how the calculated answers were found, including algebraic, graphical and numerical support as appropriate.
13.33 pts
Partially Correct
Calculated probabilities are mathematically accurate. The submission is lacking in explanations and solution support.
6.67 pts
Attempted but Incorrect
There is an attempt to calculate the probabilities. The submission has mathematical errors and is lacking in explanations and solution support.
0 pts
No Marks
20 pts
This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeRetesting Analysis
20 pts
Fully Correct
Explains how the problem will be approached. Prefaces any use of mathematics by precisely describing: what is to be done, why it is being done, why the tool of choice is appropriate. Calculated probabilities are mathematically accurate. Gives a precise and well-organized explanation of how the calculated answers were found, including algebraic, graphical and numerical support as appropriate.
13.33 pts
Partially Correct
Calculated probabilities are mathematically accurate. The submission is lacking in explanations and solution support.
6.67 pts
Attempted but Incorrect
There is an attempt to calculate the probabilities. The submission has mathematical errors and is lacking in explanations and solution support.
0 pts
No Marks
20 pts
This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeConsultant Recommendations
15 pts
Full Marks
Decisions/recommendations for the drug testing program based on probabilities are clearly stated. Arguments are constructed with adequate mathematical support.
0 pts
No Marks
15 pts
This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeOrganization, Transition and Appearance
5 pts
Full Marks
The letter is well written and easy to understand. It shows evidence of careful organization, flows naturally and is neat in appearance. Writing is grammatically correct, punctuated properly, flows logically from one point to the next and has NO spelling mistakes.

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