Probability

 

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Feedback and Review:

  1. Click here for another worksheet on probability.  If you score 80% or better, move on to Transfer of Knowledge or Skills, otherwise try another worksheet.

  2. Click here for another worksheet on probability. If you score 80% or better, move on to Transfer of Knowledge or Skills, otherwise review the lessons under New Instruction.

Transfer of Knowledge or Skills:

  1. More Probability

    1. Independent Events

    2. Conditional Probability

  2. Permutations and Combinations This allows us to determine the number of possible ways we can arrange things.  For instance, the letters a, b, and c can be arranged as abc, acb, bac, bca, cab, cba.  These are permutations because the order is important.  However, with combinations, order is not important.  In other words, combining a, b, and c as abc is the same as cab because the three letters are still combined, but in a different order.  To learn more about Permutations and Combinations, click here.

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