# Ch 53: MTEL Math: Probability

Use this chapter to review probability in mathematics. These lessons will help you study for the MTEL Math exam by explaining how to calculate and understand probability.

## MTEL Math: Probability - Chapter Summary

This chapter aims to serve as a part of your studies for the MTEL Math exam. It carefully details probability in math. Subjects that will be addressed in this chapter's lessons include:

• Simple, complementary, and compound events
• Simple conditional probabilities
• Probability of dependent and independent events
• Fundamental counting principle
• Permutation calculations
• Probability of permutations
• Formulas and combinations in math
• Calculating the probability of combinations

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### MTEL Math: Probability Chapter Objectives

As a part of the process to attain your license to teach mathematics courses in Massachusetts, the MTEL Math exam is meant to assess your knowledge of basic math skills. Through the 100 multiple-choice questions and 2 open-response items, your understanding of different categories of math will be tested. Of these questions, 10% will focus on your knowledge of data analysis, probability, and statistics.

A firm comprehension of probability will aid you in your abilities to answer any pertinent questions posed on the exam. Since the probability questions on the exam will appear in multiple-choice format, taking the short lesson quizzes throughout the chapter will help you practice answering these types of questions.

8 Lessons in Chapter 53: MTEL Math: Probability
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