Ch 22: Combinatorics & Probability

Let our entertaining video lessons guide your study of combinatorics and probability. Self-assessment quizzes are available so that you may gauge your progress through the chapter.

Combinatorics and Probability - Chapter Summary and Learning Objectives

This chapter's lessons invite you into the world of combinations and calculations for probabilities. Learn about the Fundamental Counting Principle and permutations, including the use of factorial operations when counting down. Plenty of practice problems are offered for experience in math combinations and the Binomial Theorem. When you're finished, you should have a solid understanding of the following:

• Conditional probability
• Fundamental Counting Principle
• Binomial Theorem
• Comparing probability of independent and dependent events

Video Objective
How to Use the Fundamental Counting Principle Discover how and when to use this counting principle.
How to Calculate a Permutation Learn about the reasons for using permutations when counting.
Math Combinations: Formula and Example Problems Find out how many different ways items from groups may be chosen.
Probability of Independent and Dependent Events Compare independent and dependent events and practice discovering related probabilities.
Conditional Probability: Definition & Uses Examine how to calculate conditional probabilities.
What is the Binomial Theorem? Learn this theorem and when it may come in handy.
Binomial Theorem Practice Problems Experience using the theorem through practical exercises.

7 Lessons in Chapter 22: Combinatorics & Probability
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Chapter Practice Exam
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Practice Final Exam
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