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Yea 11 Relative Freq

Definitions and Facts from the NSW Year 11 Probability Maths Topic

TermDefinition
probability the chance of something happening
sample space the set of all possible outcomes
outcome an element of the sample space
equally likely outcomes an equal chance of occurring
multistage event consists of two or more events
table an arrangement of information in rows and columns
tree diagram a diagram which details the outcomes of a multistage event
range of probability probabilities range from 0 to 1
impossible a probability of 0
certain a probability of 1
complementary events probability of an event and its complement will sum to 1
relative frequency an estimate for the probability of an event
expected frequency the number of times that a particular event should occur
simulation a mathematical model that represents a real experiment or situation.
Created by: wdobson