**1**To calculate the probabilities in random counting and grouping situations.**1.1**Uses permutations and combinations in counting and grouping situations.**1.2**Identifies counting and grouping situations in media and everyday situations.**1.3**Calculates probabilities in random sampling situations with replacement.**1.4**Finds probabilities in random sampling situations without replacement.**1.5**Recognizes the rules of gambling games such as lotteries, poker, raffles, and more.**1.6**Calculates probabilities of winning the lottery taking into account their different rules.**1.7**Creates isomorphic random sampling situations that can replace the usual experiments.

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