Law of Averages: Definition & Formula


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Which of the following applies ONLY to the Law of Averages?

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1. Which of the following situations is NOT an example of the Law of Averages?

2. According to the Law of Averages, what will probability do as the number of samples increases?

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About This Quiz & Worksheet

The questions on this quiz and worksheet will emphasize topics like what applies to the Law of Averages, examples of the Law of Averages, and the binomial formula.

Quiz & Worksheet Goals

To put it explicitly, you'll be examined on:

  • Applications of the Law of Averages
  • Situations that represent the Law of Averages
  • Probability's role in the Law of Averages
  • Another law often mistaken for the Law of Averages

Skills Practiced

  • Knowledge application - use what you've learned to answer questions about principles of the Law of Averages
  • Making connections - use what you know about the concept of probability to better understand the role it plays in the Law of Averages
  • Problem solving - apply your knowledge of probability to answer a related word problem
  • Reading comprehension - ensure that you draw the most important information from the related Law of Averages lesson

Additional Learning

Find out what else can be learned in regard to the Law of Averages by having a look at our corresponding lesson. This lesson, Law of Averages: Definition & Formula, will take you deeper into:

  • Mechanics of the Law of Averages
  • Components of the Law of Averages
  • Why we use the Law of Averages
  • When one can use the Law of Averages