My lessons will make understanding probability very straightforward. Probability which is the likelihood of something happening is used daily in our conversation.
For example, soon or later, most of us have asked ourselves the following questions:
What is the likelihood that it is going to rain tomorrow?
What is the likelihood that when flipping a coin, it will land on tail?
What is the likelihood that a patient will die after a surgery?
The second question above is easier to answer.
Since a coin has two sides, it has 50% chance of landing on tail.
It also has 50% chance of landing on head
The first and the third question are not easy to answer since they may require a solid understanding of the topic.
My goal is to introduce you to the topic and help you develop and appreciation.
Any serious study start with a solid understanding of the fundamental counting principle, combination, and arrangement, which show you how to count
Therefore, I strongly encourage you to start studying these. They will make understanding probability a lot easier
Fundamental counting principle
You think you know how to count? Find out right here!
How many different ways can 3 people sit on 3 chairs? get the answer here!
Get the factorial of any number
Probability of an event
Learn how to calculate the likelihood of an event
Probability of compound events
Learn how to calculate the probability of at least 2 simple events
Coin toss probability
When flipping a coin, what is the probability to get a head? Here coin toss probability is explored with simulated experimental coin toss data
Find the number of combinations
Find the number of permutations
Dice roll calculator
Roll up to 4 dice to see the result
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