For example, soon or later, most of us have asked ourselves the following questions:
Sample space and sample space diagram
Definition of sample space and showing the possible outcomes with a Venn and tree diagram.
Simple and compound events
Learn the difference between simple and compound events
Fundamental counting principle
You think you know how to count? It may not be as easy as you think. Find out right here!
Permutations
How many different ways can 3 people sit on 3 chairs? Get the answer here before you say that there is only one way.
Learn the difference between classical probability, relative frequency of probability, and subjective probability
Probability line
Find out what a probability line is
Experimental probability
Learn the difference between theoretical probability and experimental probability.
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.
Marginal probability
Learn how to calculate the probability using a contingency table
Conditional probability
Learn how to calculate the conditional probability using a contingency table
Mutually exclusive events
Learn about events that cannot occur together
Probability of independent events
Use a contingency table to find the probability of independent events
Probability of complementary events
Learn about complementary events and their probabilities
Joint probability
Learn to compute the probability of joint events
Useful calculators
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.
Factorial calculator
Get the factorial of any number.
Combination calculator
Find the number of combinations.
Permutation calculator
Find the number of permutations.
Dice roll calculator
Roll up to 4 dice to see the result. It is so realistic it is like rolling dice in real-life!
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Learn quickly how to find the number of combinations with this easy to follow lesson.