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Math 10 Vocab

biased a sample space in which one or more outcomes are favored (not fair)
complementary event the compliment of an event E are all the outcomes in the sample space that are not in event E
event a collection of outcomes from an activity (favorable outcomes make an event happen
experimental probability a probability based on data collected or observations made in an experiment
fair an experiment in which the probability of each outcome is the same
mutually exclusive two events that cannot happen at the same time
non-uniform probability model a probability model in which the outcomes do not necessarily have equal probabilities
observed frequency the number of observations of a data value in an experiment
outcomes all the possible results of an activity
probability a description of how likely an event is to occur
probability distribution a table or a graphical display presenting all the outcomes of the sample space and their probabilities
probability model a model that represents a sample space of outcomes, events, and the probabilities of these outcomes and events
relative frequency the ratio of the observed frequency of a data value to the total number of observations in a chance process
sample space the collection of all possible outcomes from an activity
theoretical probability the ratio of the number of favorable outcomes to the total number of possible outcomes
uniform probability model a probability model in which all the outcomes have an equal probability of occurring
venn diagram a diagram that uses circles to represent relationships for simple events
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