# Ch 15: Probability Concepts in Math

Use these lessons on probability concepts in math to enhance your understanding of topics such as classical probability, simple conditional probabilities, randomized experiments, and more. These brief lessons are great for individuals preparing for an exam.

## Probability Concepts in Math - Chapter Summary

In these lessons, you'll receive a refresher on probability concepts in math, including topics like calculating conditional probabilities, determining the probability of overlapping events, using math combinations, and calculating binomial distribution. You'll also take a look at calculating the probability for independent and dependent events. After completing the chapter, you should be able to do the following:

• Use the formula for classical probability
• Convert probabilities to percentages
• Explain how randomized experiments are designed
• Obtain information using simple random sampling
• Describe the properties of different types of random variables
• Explore the idea of events as subsets
• Provide real world examples of different forms of probability and how to calculate them
• Explain the 'at least one' rule, the central limit theorem, and Bayes' theorem

Our subject matter experts use these short video lessons to help you better understand probability concepts in math. There are plenty of examples provided to ensure you grasp the various concepts covered. The video timelines let you easily navigate the videos and focus the topics that you need to review most. A brief multiple-choice quiz is available for each lesson to test your knowledge.

14 Lessons in Chapter 15: Probability Concepts in Math
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