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Algebra Ch#14

Glencoe Algebra Chapter #14

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COMBINATION AN ARRANGEMENT OR LISTING IN WHICH ORDER IS NOT IMPORTANT.
COMPOUND EVENTS TWO OR MORE SIMPLE EVENTS.
DEPENDENT EVENTS TWO OR MORE EVENTS IN WHICH THE OUTCOME OF ONE EVENT AFFECTS THE OUTCOME OF THE OTHER EVENTS.
EMPIRICAL STUDIES PERFORMING EXPERIMENTS REPEATEDLY, COLLECTING AND COMBINING DATA, AND ANALYZING THE RESULTS.
EVENT ANY COLLECTION OF ONE OR MORE OUTCOMES IN THE SAMPLE SPACE.
EXPERIMENTAL PROBABILITY WHAT ACTUALLY OCCURS WHEN CONDUCTING A PROBABILITY EXPERIMENT, OR THE RATIO OF RELATIVE FREQUENCY TO THE TOTAL NUMBER OF EVENTS OR TRIALS.
FACTORIAL THE EXPRESSION N!WHERE N IS GREATER THAN ZERO IS THE PRODUCT OF ALL POSITIVE INTEGERS BEGINNING WITH N AND COUNTING BACK TO 1.
FUNDAMENTAL COUNTING PRINCIPLE IF AN EVENT M CAN OCCUR IN m WAYS AND IS FOLLOWED BY EVENT N THAT CAN OCCUR IN n WAYS, THEN THE EVENT M FOLLOWED BY THE EVENT N CAN OCCUR IN M*N WAYS.
INCLUSIVE TWO EVENTS THAT CAN OCCUR AT THE SAME TIME.
INDEPENDENT EVENTS TWO OR MORE EVENTS IN WHICH THE OUTCOME OF ONE EVENT DOES NOT AFFECT THE OUTCOME OF THE OTHER EVENTS.
MUTUALLY EXCLUSIVE EVENTS THAT CANNOT OCCUR AT THE SAME TIME.
PERMUTATION AN ARRANGEMENT OR LISTING IN WHICH ORDER IS IMPORTANT.
PROBABILITY DISTRIBUTION THE PROBABILITY OF EVERY POSSIBLE VALUE OF THE RANDOM VARIABLE X.
PROBABILITY HISTOGRAM A WAY TO GIVE THE PROBABILITY DISTRIBUTION FOR A RANDOM VARIABLE AND OBTAIN OTHER DATA
RELATIVE FREQUENCY THE NUMBER OF TIMES AN OUTCOME OCCURRED IN A PROBABILITY EXPERIMENT.
SAMPLE SPACE THE LIST OF ALL POSSIBLE OUTCOMES.
SIMULATION USING AN OBJECT TO ACT OUT AN EVENT THAT WOULD BE DIFFICULT OR IMPRACTICAL TO PERFORM.
THEORETICAL POBABILITY WHAT SHOULD HAPPEN IN A PROBABILITY EXPERIMENT.
TREE DIAGRAM A DIAGRAM USED TO SHOW THE TOTAL NUMBER OF POSSIBLE OUTCOMES.
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