# Ch 41: CEOE Middle Level/Intermediate Math: Probability

This is a lesson series designed to help you demonstrate competency in your upcoming Certification Examinations for Oklahoma Educators (CEOE) Middle Level/Intermediate Mathematics test. These lessons concern probability.

## CEOE Middle Level/Intermediate Math: Probability - Chapter Summary

Oklahoma teachers can use this series of lessons as a refresher before taking the CEOE Middle Level/Intermediate Mathematics test. This chapter will review the probability of independent and dependent events, how they can be seen as subsets of a sample space, and other similar topics. Reviewing these lessons will help you in answering test questions that are about the previously mentioned concepts and the following:

• Determination of probability of simple, compound and complementary events
• The calculation of simple conditional probabilities
• How conditional probabilities and independence relate
• The definition of the multiplication rule of probability
• The fundamental counting rule and how to use it
• Calculating conditional probability
• 'At Least One' Rule of the probability of independent events

These video lessons are delivered by our subject matter experts and each has a short quiz at the end. You can easily look back at any part of the lesson using our handy timeline tool. We highlight key terminology to help you focus your studies, and the lessons each have a feature that enables you to submit a question to an expert.

12 Lessons in Chapter 41: CEOE Middle Level/Intermediate Math: Probability
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