# Chapter 12: Probability

Difficulty Level:

**At Grade**Created by: CK-12Turn In

## Introduction

In this chapter, students will engage with the following concepts: writing and calculating theoretical probability, experimental probability, disjoint events, complementary events, overlapping events, tree diagrams, sample spaces, the Counting Principle, factorials, permutations, combinations, independent and dependent events.

Chapter Outline

- 12.1.
## Definition of Probability

- 12.2.
## Measurement of Probability

- 12.3.
## Experimental Probability

- 12.4.
## Mutually Exclusive Events

- 12.5.
## Mutually Inclusive Events

- 12.6.
## Complement Rule for Probability

- 12.7.
## Counting Events

- 12.8.
## Sample Spaces and Events

- 12.9.
## Additive and Multiplicative Rules for Probability

- 12.10.
## Basic Counting Rules

- 12.11.
## Counting Rule to Calculate Probabilities

- 12.12.
## Permutations

- 12.13.
## Permutation Problems

- 12.14.
## Combinations

- 12.15.
## Combination Problems

- 12.16.
## Independent Events

- 12.17.
## Probability of Independent Events

- 12.18.
## Dependent Events

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This chapter covers: writing and calculating theoretical probability, experimental probability, disjoint events, complementary events, overlapping events, tree diagrams, sample spaces, the Counting Principle, factorials, permutations, combinations, independent and dependent events.

Difficulty Level:

At Grade
Tags:

CK.MAT.ENG.SE.1.Middle-School-Math-Concepts---Grade-7.12
Combination
combination notation
(17 more)
complementary event
decimal
dependent event
disjoint event
experimental probability
factorials
fraction
Independent Event
Outcome
overlapping event
percent
permutation notation
permutations
sample space
the Counting Principle
theoretical probability
Tree Diagram

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Date Created:

Aug 16, 2013
Last Modified:

Aug 02, 2016
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