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OW Probability ID

Terms for probability ID resourse room

probability how likely it is for an event to happen
outcome a possible result from an event
certain it will definitely happen ; 100% ; 1
likely it will probably happen ; more than 50% chance
as likely as not same chance that it will or will not happen ; 50% ; 1/2
unlikely it will probably NOT happen ; less than 50% chance
impossible it cannot happen ; 0% ; 0
experimental probability actual results from an experiment; the ratio of the number of times an event occurs / to the number of trials.
theoretical probability If all results were equally likely to happen, the calculated (predicted) results
event a situation involving chance that has more than one possible outcome
trials the number of times an experiment is performed or "tried"
Tree Diagram a visual that shows all of the possible outcomes for an event
number cube Die; six sided cube labeled with the numbers 1 - 6 (1,2,3,4,5,6)
sample space the set of ALL possible outcomes from an experiment
Fundamental Counting Principal multiply the possible outcomes of each event
Created by: burkinss