# Ch 53: CEOE Advanced Math: Probability

This chapter reviews the key concepts of the probability portion of the CEOE Advanced Math exam. You can use the multiple resources within this chapter to prepare yourself for the exam.

## CEOE Advanced Math: Probability- Chapter Summary

You'll get to reinforce your understanding or learn new information about the probability portion of the CEOE Advanced Math exam by watching the video lessons contained in this chapter. Once you have completed this chapter, you should be able to answer questions about:

• Simple, compound and complementary events
• Simple conditional probabilities
• Independent vs. dependent events
• Calculating a permutation
• Probability combinations

Each video lesson is short, engaging and designed to cover the information that you will find on the CEOE Advanced Math exam. If you get stuck on a certain concept, you can use the video tags to review that difficult information until it makes more sense. If you are still experiencing difficulty learning and retaining certain topics, you can reach out to our instructors and ask them questions. They would be more than happy to help you succeed.

### CEOE Advanced Math: Probability Objectives

THE CEOE Advanced Math contains 80 multiple-choice questions and 1 constructed-response question. You will be given an on-screen scientific calculator and formulas with the test. The entire exam contains five subareas. Subarea five covers topics such as probability, statistics and discrete mathematics. This portion of the exam makes up 14% of the exam.

8 Lessons in Chapter 53: CEOE Advanced Math: Probability
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