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ProbabilityModel:It provides a probability for each possible so that the total probability =1. Also called "Theoretical Probability"
Probability:A measure of the likelihood of an event. It is the ratio of the number of ways a certain event can occur to the number of possible outcomes. The abbreviation is P(desired outcome).
IndependentEvents:Two events are ________ if the events have no influence on each other. Example: Rolling a dice (number cube) 2 times in a row.
ExperimentalProbability:The number of times an event occurs/The total number of trials. Also called "Relative Frequency of Outcomes or Empirical Probability"
Event:Possible outcomes of an experiment in probability. Any subset of the sample space.
CompoundEvent: Any event which consists of more than one outcome. Example: flip a coin and spin a spinner.
DependentEvents:You must pick a particular card from a set of 4 cards, then you must another particular card from the remaining 3 cards. The second pick depends on the 1st pick.
ChanceProcess:The repeated observations of random outcomes of a given event.

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Two events are ________ if the events have no influence on each other. Example: Rolling a dice (number cube) 2 times in a row.

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A measure of the likelihood of an event. It is the ratio of the number of ways a certain event can occur to the number of possible outcomes. The abbreviation is P(desired outcome).

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It provides a probability for each possible so that the total probability =1. Also called "Theoretical Probability"

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The repeated observations of random outcomes of a given event.

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The number of times an event occurs/The total number of trials. Also called "Relative Frequency of Outcomes or Empirical Probability"

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Possible outcomes of an experiment in probability. Any subset of the sample space.

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You must pick a particular card from a set of 4 cards, then you must another particular card from the remaining 3 cards. The second pick depends on the 1st pick.

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Any event which consists of more than one outcome. Example: flip a coin and spin a spinner.

Two events are ________ if the events have no influence on each other. Example: Rolling a dice (number cube) 2 times in a row.

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A measure of the likelihood of an event. It is the ratio of the number of ways a certain event can occur to the number of possible outcomes. The abbreviation is P(desired outcome).

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It provides a probability for each possible so that the total probability =1. Also called "Theoretical Probability"

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The repeated observations of random outcomes of a given event.

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The number of times an event occurs/The total number of trials. Also called "Relative Frequency of Outcomes or Empirical Probability"

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Possible outcomes of an experiment in probability. Any subset of the sample space.

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You must pick a particular card from a set of 4 cards, then you must another particular card from the remaining 3 cards. The second pick depends on the 1st pick.

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Any event which consists of more than one outcome. Example: flip a coin and spin a spinner.