# Ch 14: Understanding the Probability of Compound Events

Review short lessons and take mini quizzes in this chapter to improve your comprehension of the probability of compound events. Utilizing these study tools can boost your confidence as you prepare to take a test that covers this subject.

## Understanding the Probability of Compound Events - Chapter Summary

The entertaining lessons in this chapter make it easy to understand the probability of compound events. Watch them at your leisure to gain greater insight into Venn diagrams, conditional probability, the multiplication rule of probability and more. Once you've completed this chapter, you will be able to:

• Define and describe Venn diagrams
• Apply independent and conditional probability to real-life situations
• Share examples of the probability of compound events
• Use the addition rule of probability to find the probabilities of mutually exclusive and non-mutually exclusive events
• Solve probability equations using the multiplication rule of probability

This chapter is completely customizable, enabling you to review all or select lessons and navigate them in your sequence of choice. Short quizzes are available with the lessons to gauge your comprehension of the topics they explore. If you need additional information while studying the lessons, feel free to send your questions to our experts. Before the day of your test, be sure to find out how much you understand about the probability of compound events by taking the chapter exam.

5 Lessons in Chapter 14: Understanding the Probability of Compound Events
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