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Probability Notes

Memorizing this will help with probability for Mrs. McClammy!

Probability A number that represents how likely an even is to happen. Calculation: # of outcomes / # of possible outcomes
Theoretical Probability A calculated probability based on the possible outcomes when each outcome has the same chance of occurring.
Experimental Probability A probability based on data collected (in experiments). Calculation: # of outcomes in experiment / # of possible outcomes
Sample Space All possible outcomes of a situation.
Outcome Any possible or actual result of the action considered.
Event A desired or successful outcome or group of outcomes from an experiment.
Compound Probability The likeliness of two independent events occurring. Calculation: Probability of first event x probability of second event
Created by: Ansloo