Ch 33: Sets & Probability

Select this chapter when you're ready to learn more about sets and probability. You can view these video lessons in order to compare and contrast different kinds of sets and probability that appear in precalculus.

Sets & Probability - Chapter Summary and Learning Objectives

This chapter can help you focus on learning more about sets and probability. You can survey various kinds of sets and develop your understanding of types of probability. These lessons will help you study:

• The differences between groups and sets
• How to recognize a power set
• Ways of writing set builder notation
• How to identify subsets
• How to measure the probability of simple, compound, complementary, independent and dependent events

Video Objective
Introduction to Groups and Sets in Algebra Develop a general understanding of sets.
Recognizing Power Sets in Algebra Distinguish the power set of a given set.
How to Write Sets Using Set Builder Notation Diagram a set of numbers with the use of set builder notation.
Mathematical Sets: Elements, Intersections & Unions Evaluate basic set theory.
Events as Subsets of a Sample Space: Lesson & Quiz Focus on understanding and identifying subsets.
Probability of Simple, Compound and Complementary Events Assess how to determine the probability of simple, compound and complementary events.
Probability of Independent and Dependent Events Learn how to measure the probability of independent and dependent events.

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