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Math Vocab. flashcards to study for the ch.10 vocab. quiz.

Outcome The possible result of an activity or experiment
Event A collection of outcomes from an activity
Sample Space The collection of all possible outcomes ffrom an activity or experiment
Probablity A description of how likely an event is to occur.
Biased A sample space in which one or more outcomes are favored.
Mutally Exclusive cannot happen at the same time
Complement a number or quantity of something required to make a group complete.
Fair An experiment in which the probablity of each outocme is the same.
Venn Diagram A diagram that uses circles to represent relationsips for simple events.
Complement events The compplement of an event E consists of all the outcomes in the sample space that are not in event E.
relative frequency
experimental probablity
observed frenquency
therortical frequency
Probablity model
Probablity disttribution
Uniform probablity model
Nonuniform probablity model
Created by: ashnicolerocks