# Ch 23: MTEL Mathematics (Elementary): Principles of Probability

Take a closer look at the principles of probability with help from fun video lessons and short quizzes. Use the resources in this chapter to improve your ability to succeed on the MTEL Mathematics (Elementary) assessment.

## MTEL Mathematics (Elementary): Principles of Probability - Chapter Summary

This in-depth exploration of the principles of probability is designed to address related exam topics on the MTEL Mathematics (Elementary) assessment. The test ensures you have the knowledge and skills needed to teach math to elementary students in Massachusetts. Get closer to your goal by reviewing lessons in this chapter that enable you to:

• Understand the elements, intersections and unions of mathematical sets
• Describe events as subsets of a sample space, and find the probability of independent and dependent events
• Calculate simple conditional probabilities, and explain the relationship between conditional probabilities and independence
• Apply conditional probability and independence to real-life situations, and find the expected values of games of chance
• Explain the addition and multiplication rules of probability, and define the fundamental counting principle
• Identify the formula for math combinations, and demonstrate how to calculate a permutation and the probability of permutations
• Share how to calculate the probability of simple, compound and complementary events

Take advantage of the conveniences this chapter offers as you study for your educator licensure exam. Watch short video lessons that average 10 minutes each from the comfort of your home or on the go via your mobile devices. Enjoy access to quality instructors through the lessons, and benefit from the ability to submit your lesson topic questions to our experts. Test your comprehension of each lesson by taking a self-assessment quiz, or get a broader review by taking the more comprehensive chapter exam.

15 Lessons in Chapter 23: MTEL Mathematics (Elementary): Principles of Probability
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