1. The interpretation of situation validates a Markov Chain
as an appropriate model for the problem.

2. All properties of Markov Chain are clearly identified and valid
justifications provided.

3. The identified questions are relevant and go beyond the obvious.

4. Probabilistic tools are appropriately identified and accurately
constructed.

5. Each probabilistic tool is interpreted correctly, clearly, and in
non-technical language.

6. Insights clearly demonstrate an understanding of the probabilistic
tool use.