# Ch 43: Praxis Middle School Math: Probability

As part of your preparations for the Praxis Middle School Mathematics exam, watch these lesson videos and improve your understanding of the different types of probability, how probability is calculated and properties of data distributions.

## Praxis Middle School Math: Probability - Chapter Summary

Complete the lessons in this chapter to improve your understanding of probability and the distributions of data sets. These lessons are taught by our expert instructors, who will not only explain the topics of each lesson with examples, but will also be available to answer any questions you may send through the teacher tabs of the lessons. Following theses lessons you should be prepared to answer questions on the Praxis Middle School Mathematics exam involving:

• Conditional probability and calculations for conditional probability
• Permutations and calculating outcomes
• Probability of independent and dependent events
• Probabilities of overlapping and non-overlapping events
• Relationships between conditional probability and independent probability
• Maximums, minimums, outliers and standard deviations of data sets
• Interquartile range and percentiles
• Visual representations of data sets

Improve your understanding of the material presented in these lessons by reading the lesson transcripts. After each lesson, take the lesson's quiz to see what topics from the lessons you don't fully understand. To improve your understanding of these topics, use the video tags to return to and review the parts of the lessons that discussed them.

15 Lessons in Chapter 43: Praxis Middle School Math: Probability
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