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# Dependent Events and Sample Spaces

## Probability of an event is affected by the probability of the previous event.

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## Dependent Events and Sample Spaces

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Covers the Multiplication Rule for dependent events.
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## Dependent Events and Sample Spaces Principles

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## Dependent Events and Sample Spaces Examples

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## Probability of Dependent Events

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Explains how to find the compound probability of dependent events and illustrates how to find the total number of possible outcomes that is used to determine the probability.
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## Dependent Events Lesson Plan

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This lesson plan covers Dependent Events and includes Teaching Tips, Common Errors, Differentiated Instruction, Enrichment, and Problem Solving.
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