Full Video |1:08:05

Full Video |1:08:05

This program introduces and develops concepts of probability, including its definition, how to calculate probability of some types of random events, how probability can be used in determining costs of insurance, types of random variables (discrete, continuous), independent and dependent events, compound events, conditional probability, normal distributions, and theoretical, experimental, and simulation methods for determining probabilities.

©2007 Discovery Education| Grade(s) 9-12

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