# 12.9: Additive and Multiplicative Rules for Probability

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Favorable Outcome

A favorable outcome is the outcome that you are looking for in an experiment.Independent Events

Two events are independent if the occurrence of one event does not impact the probability of the other event.multiplicative rule of probability

The multiplicative rule of probability then states that P(AMutually Exclusive Events

Mutually exclusive events have no common outcomes.Sample Space

In a probability experiment, the sample space is the set of all the possible outcomes of the experiment.Total Outcomes

In probability, the total outcomes are the total number of possible outcomes for the probability experiment.Tree Diagram

A tree diagram is a visual way of showing options and variables. The lines of a tree diagram look like branches on a tree.### Image Attributions

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Learn how to find the probability of a single outcome for more than one event.

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Dec 21, 2012
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