# Ch 21: Probability, Combinations & Permutations

Use these lessons on probability, combinations and permutations to prepare for the SAT Math 2 subject test. The short, engaging video lessons have quick quizzes for self-assessment.

## Probability, Combinations & Permutations - Chapter Summary

Use our variety of lessons pertaining to probability and statistics to guide your study and help you prepare for the SAT subject test in advanced math. This chapter provides in-depth directions in addition to opportunities to practice calculating probabilities. At the end of this chapter, you'll understand:

• Probability of simple, compound, complementary, independent, dependent, overlapping and non-overlapping events
• How to calculate simple conditional probabilities and the probability of combinations
• The 'at least one' rule
• Methods for calculating a permutation and the probability of permutations
• Formula for math combinations

Well-informed professionals present these lesson offerings on this topic. The lessons are composed of videos, written transcripts and short, multiple-choice quizzes. Watch the videos as many times as you wish, and use the video tags, listed under 'timeline', to go back and revisit select parts.

### Probability, Combinations & Permutations Objectives

If you find math enjoyable and want to prove your mastery of concepts like probability, data analysis, geometry, algebra and operations, you can take the SAT Subject Test Math 2. Before taking this test, refresh your probability skills with this chapter. You'll find that probability concepts are part of the data analysis, statistics and probability content area that makes up 8%-12% of the test. All of the 50 questions on this subject test are multiple choice.

9 Lessons in Chapter 21: Probability, Combinations & Permutations
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