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7 CK Prob/Stats

7th CK MATH Probability & Statitistics COMPLETE

Axes reference lines on a graph, most often are a horizontal line and a vertical line that cross where one or both of the axes are zero
Dependent Events events where the outcome of prior events makes a difference on the outcome
Experimental probability when you use the results of an experiment to find the probability of an event occurring
Independent Events events which proceeding outcomes have no bearing on current outcomes
Interval the difference between numbers from one grid to another on the graph
Mean the average of data set
Median the middle number of a data set
Mode the most common number in a data set
Negative probability the probability of an event not occurring
Probability = number of favorable outcomes/number of possible outcomes
Probability a number used to describe the likelihood of an event occurring
Range the difference between the largest and smallest number in a data set
Scale numbers running along the side of the graph
Theoretical probability when you use a formula to find the probability of an event
Created by: artisteacher