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Ch 20: Introduction to Conditional Probability & Diagrams

About This Chapter

Make sure you understand conditional probability and diagrams with this chapter. These lessons and quizzes will help you review the uses for different types of diagrams and how they connect to probability.

Introduction to Conditional Probability & Diagrams - Chapter Summary

Strengthen your understanding of conditional probability and diagrams and how they are used in statistics and mathematics by reviewing the lessons in this chapter. You'll be able to study definitions and examples of different diagrams to make sure you have a firm grasp on how they are used. Topics covered in this chapter include:

  • Mutual exclusivity
  • The history and types of Venn diagrams
  • How to calculate possible outcomes
  • Factor trees

Your studies are taught by our expert instructors, and the lessons are designed to help you familiarize yourself with the vocabulary words associated with these topics. You'll also have the chance to assess your understanding of conditional probability and diagrams by completing the self-assessment quizzes and chapter test.

6 Lessons in Chapter 20: Introduction to Conditional Probability & Diagrams
Test your knowledge with a 30-question chapter practice test
Conditional Probability: Definition & Uses

1. Conditional Probability: Definition & Uses

When the probability of two events happening is determined, one after the other, it's known as conditional probability. Learn more about the definition, discover the uses of conditional probability, and understand the notation used in calculating it.

Mutually Exclusive in Statistics: Definition, Formula & Examples

2. Mutually Exclusive in Statistics: Definition, Formula & Examples

A coin cannot land on heads and tails at the same time--statistics calls events like these mutually exclusive. Learn to describe a mutually exclusive event, create or find examples, and compare such event with independent and dependent ones.

What Are Venn Diagrams in Math? - History, Types & Examples

3. What Are Venn Diagrams in Math? - History, Types & Examples

Venn diagrams are composed of circles that interlap to show associations among sets. Learn about the definition and history of Venn diagrams, discover the types of Venn diagrams, and explore relevant examples and word problems.

Venn Diagrams: Subset, Disjoint, Overlap, Intersection & Union

4. Venn Diagrams: Subset, Disjoint, Overlap, Intersection & Union

Venn diagrams show the relationships and operations between a collection of elements. Learn about the concepts and operations that can be illustrated in a Venn diagram, such as subsets, disjoints, overlaps, intersections, unions, and complements.

Calculating Possible Outcomes: Definition & Formula

5. Calculating Possible Outcomes: Definition & Formula

The fundamental counting principle is used for calculating possible outcomes. Learn the definition of calculating possible outcomes and the formula for the fundamental counting principle for multiple events and permutations.

What is a Factor Tree? - Definition & Example

6. What is a Factor Tree? - Definition & Example

Factor trees are useful to anyone trying to break down numbers into their prime factors. In this lesson, look at the definitions of factor trees and factors, then explore prime factors, many trees with one prime factorization, and an example of a large factor tree.

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