Ch 52: WEST Math: Probability

Use the short, entertaining video lessons and companion transcripts in this chapter to review probability as you prepare for your WEST Math assessment. If you have any questions about the material, please reach out to our instructors for support.

WEST Math: Probability - Chapter Summary

These quick, accessible video lessons provide a great resource for reviewing the probability concepts you need to know for the WEST Math certification exam. As you work through this chapter, you will review:

• How to determine the probability of different types of events
• The relationship between independence and conditional probability
• Addition and multiplication rules for probability
• How to calculate permutation and permutation probability

Video transcripts highlight key terms and provide an additional format for students who prefer an alternative media. Use the lesson quizzes to assess your mastery of the probability material covered here.

Objectives of the WEST Math: Probability Chapter

This chapter is designed to help you master the probability topics you'll likely encounter as you sit for the WEST Math assessment. Lesson quizzes are styled after WEST questions, giving you the chance to introduce yourself to the format and evaluate your exam pace.

You will have four hours and fifteen minutes to answer all 150 multiple-choice questions on the computer-administered exam. Items concerning statistics, probability and discrete mathematics are worth 19% of your test score. The four remaining content domains are as follows: mathematical processes and number sense (19%); patterns, algebra and functions (24%); measurement and geometry (19%); and trigonometry and calculus (19%).

11 Lessons in Chapter 52: WEST Math: Probability
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