# Ch 27: GRE Quantitative Reasoning: Probability and Statistics

Looking for practice in probability and statistics for the GRE? This chapter offers engaging and fun video lessons to help prepare you for these questions on the GRE test. Test your knowledge with lesson quizzes and a chapter exam to help gauge your understanding of probability and statistics concepts.

## GRE Quantitative Reasoning: Probability and Statistics - Chapter Summary

Develop proficiency in determining probability and statistics with these GRE review tutorials. Video lectures address various statistical methods and concepts you'll need to know when answering questions on the quantitative part of the GRE. Topics covered in the probability and statistics materials include:

• Bar graphs
• Pie charts
• Central tendency measures
• Factorials
• Combination probability
• Permutation probability
• Frequency tables
• Conditional probability

The videos in this chapter comprise instruction in a variety of methods for discerning statistics and probabilities. In addition, complementary quizzes and practice problems can help you gauge your assimilation of the lessons. Chapter information is allocated into short, on-point videos covering individual topics to support your GRE success.

### GRE Quantitative Reasoning Objectives

The GRE is intended to determine how academically prepared you are to pursue a business or graduate school program. A little over one-third of the test contains questions related to quantitative reasoning, which may address areas of data analysis, geometry, arithmetic, or algebra. Our instructional probability and statistics videos help you understand quantitative concepts you'll find on the actual GRE. Following are some of the particular objectives addressed in these lessons:

• Interpreting pie charts and bar graphs
• Determining mean, mode, range, and median
• Understanding factorials
• Establishing the probability of different kinds of events
• Deducing the probability of a given permutation
• Ascertaining standard deviation
• Determining conditional probability

Questions on the quantitative reasoning segment of the GRE occur in a few different formats. There are multiple-choice questions with a single correct answer, multiple-choice questions with more than one right response, and multiple-choice questions that offer a pair of quantities and ask you to choose the answer that best describes the relationship between them. Lastly, there are numeric-entry questions that require the calculation and provision of an original numeric response.

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