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Probability explained
: We give you an introduction to probability through the example of flipping a quarter and rolling a die.
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Finding probablity example
: In order to find the probability of picking a yellow marble from a bag, we have to first determine the number of possible outcomes and how then many of them meet our constraints.
Finding probablity example 3
: Now we're working out the probability of randomly selecting a yellow marble from a bag of multi-colored marbles. Let's practice together.
Dependent probability introduction
: Let's get you started with a great explanation of dependent probability using a scenario involving a casino game.
Dependent probability example
: We're thinking about how the probability of an event can be dependent on another event occuring in this example problem.
Independent or dependent probability event?
: This time around we're not going to tell you whether we're working on a dependent or independent probability event problem. You tell us!
Dependent probability example 2
: It's important to practice these probability problems as they get more complex eventually. Take a stab on this one...with our help, of course.
Basic probability practice
Dependent probability practice
Probability and the Monty Hall problem
: Here we have a presentation and analysis of the famous thought experiment: the "Monty Hall" problem! This is fun.
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