# Ch 6: Probability & Statistics Interpretation

Get up to speed on interpreting probability and statistics with this engaging and user-friendly chapter. Before or after reviewing the lessons, take the multiple-choice quizzes to see how well you understand probability and statistics and how prepared you are for an upcoming exam or test on these topics.

## Probability & Statistics Interpretation - Chapter Summary

Our informative chapter on probability and statistics interpretation covers topics including the calculations needed to find median, mean, range and mode, plus the definition of a statistical outlier. You'll also review the definition of probability as it's used in math as well as the probability of compound, simple and complementary events. After completing this chapter, you should be able to:

• Explain classical approaches to probability
• Detail the relationship between independence and conditional probabilities
• Solve practice problems involving combination and permutation
• Calculate simple conditional probabilities
• Explain overlapping and non-overlapping events in either/or probability
• Read a two-way table
• Understand the basics of a Venn diagram

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11 Lessons in Chapter 6: Probability & Statistics Interpretation
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