# Ch 22: Probability: Principles & Techniques

The lessons in this chapter can help as you review the principles and techniques of probability. You can go over topics like calculating simple conditional probabilities, the addition rule of probability, the fundamental counting principle, uniform distribution and more.

## Probability: Principles and Techniques Chapter Summary

Through these engaging text and video lessons you can review your knowledge of the principles and techniques of probability. The information covered in this chapter includes subsets of a sample space; probability of independent and dependent events; calculating simple conditional probabilities; probabilities of simple, compound, and complementary events; and the multiplication rule of probability. Once you have completed all the information in this chapter, you should feel confident in your abilities to:

• Figure simple conditional probabilities
• Discuss the relationship between conditional probabilities and independence
• Explain the addition rule of probability
• Utilize the fundamental counting principle
• Explain role of probability distributions, random numbers, and the computer in simulations
• Give examples of uniform distribution
• Know formula for binomial distribution
• List characteristics of normal distribution

Use the tools in this chapter to quickly review all the material on principles and techniques of probability, which is a convenient and flexible study guide. You can able to study on a variety of devices, on your own schedule and at your own pace so you can get through the material as quickly as you choose. Self-assessment is also possible through the quizzes following each lesson, which allows you to focus in on problem areas.

12 Lessons in Chapter 22: Probability: Principles & Techniques
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