# Ch 3: Michigan Merit Exam - Math: Counting & Probabilistic Reasoning

This chapter includes brief and interesting video lessons that will help you with the concepts of counting and probabilistic reasoning during the math section of the Michigan Merit Exam. After studying, you will become familiar with related questions on your exam.

## Michigan Merit Exam - Math: Counting & Probabilistic Reasoning - Chapter Summary

In this chapter, you can watch short and entertaining video lessons that will help you remember the link between Pascal's triangle and combinations. At the end of the lessons, you will find quizzes that will test you on how well you understand the idea of probability. This chapter's mixture of video lessons and quizzes will help you prepare adequately in the following areas:

• Ways of using the fundamental counting principle
• Connection between Pascal's triangle and combinations
• Basics of probability
• Probability of combinations
• Misconceptions in probability

Reviewing is made easy in this chapter in a number of ways. If you need to review specific parts of the video lessons, you can use the timeline to jump to them. You also have the option of reading through the video transcripts. They contain bold printed keywords to make you aware of the concepts in which you need to focus. Our instructors are experts who will be glad to answer any of your questions.

### Michigan Merit Exam - Math: Counting & Probabilistic Reasoning Objectives

The study material in this chapter directly links to the Quantitative Literacy and Logic part of the 4-part Michigan Merit Exam math section. The section contains approximately 25 multiple-choice questions in all. You might be asked questions that will require you to display your knowledge of counting methods and misunderstanding in probability.

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