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Factorial : The expression n! is a symbol to indicate the product of all counting numbers beginning with n and counting backwards to 1.
Combination : the way of selecting several things out of a group, where order does not matter.
Complement : the complement of a set refers to things outside of the set.
Compound Events : the probabilistic outcomes from two or more events. (2 words with space)
Counting Principle : a simple way to calculate possible outcomes regardless of how many choices there are. (2 words with space)
Event : Any possible outcome of an experiment in probability.
Experimental Probability : The ratio of the number of times an outcome occurs to the total amount of trials performed. (2 words with space)
Independent Events : Events whose outcomes do not influence each other. (2 words with space)
Intersection : The set of all elements contained in all of the given sets.
Outcome : A possible result of an experiment.
Permutation : The rearranging of objects in an ordered fashion.
Probability : A measure of the likelihood of an event.
Random Sample : A sample chosen from a population such that each data unit in the population has an equal chance of being chosen each time. (2 words with space)
Sample Space : the set of all possible outcomes from an experiment.
Scatter Plot : The graph of a collection of ordered pairs that allows an exploration of the relationship between the points.
Set : A collection of numbers that have some characteristic in common.
Simulation : An experiment that models a real-life situation.
Theoretical Probability : The mathematical calculation that an event will happen in theory.
Tree Diagram : A diagram that shows all the possible outcomes of an event.
Union : The set of all elements that belong to at least one of the given two or more sets.
Venn Diagram : A picture that illustrates the relationship between two or more sets.

# Data & Probability

Across:1. | Events whose outcomes do not influence each other. (2 words with space) | 3. | A possible result of an experiment. | 5. | the complement of a set refers to things outside of the set. | 7. | the way of selecting several things out of a group, where order does not matter. | 8. | The set of all elements that belong to at least one of the given two or more sets. | 10. | A picture that illustrates the relationship between two or more sets. | 11. | The set of all elements contained in all of the given sets. | 12. | The expression n! is a symbol to indicate the product of all counting numbers beginning with n and counting backwards to 1. | 14. | A collection of numbers that have some characteristic in common. | 17. | The rearranging of objects in an ordered fashion. | 18. | An experiment that models a real-life situation. | 19. | The graph of a collection of ordered pairs that allows an exploration of the relationship between the points. | 20. | The mathematical calculation that an event will happen in theory. | 21. | the probabilistic outcomes from two or more events. (2 words with space) |
| | Down:2. | The ratio of the number of times an outcome occurs to the total amount of trials performed. (2 words with space) | 4. | a simple way to calculate possible outcomes regardless of how many choices there are. (2 words with space) | 6. | A measure of the likelihood of an event. | 9. | the set of all possible outcomes from an experiment. | 13. | A sample chosen from a population such that each data unit in the population has an equal chance of being chosen each time. (2 words with space) | 15. | A diagram that shows all the possible outcomes of an event. | 16. | Any possible outcome of an experiment in probability. |
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# Data & Probability

Across:1. | Events whose outcomes do not influence each other. (2 words with space) | 3. | A possible result of an experiment. | 5. | the complement of a set refers to things outside of the set. | 7. | the way of selecting several things out of a group, where order does not matter. | 8. | The set of all elements that belong to at least one of the given two or more sets. | 10. | A picture that illustrates the relationship between two or more sets. | 11. | The set of all elements contained in all of the given sets. | 12. | The expression n! is a symbol to indicate the product of all counting numbers beginning with n and counting backwards to 1. | 14. | A collection of numbers that have some characteristic in common. | 17. | The rearranging of objects in an ordered fashion. | 18. | An experiment that models a real-life situation. | 19. | The graph of a collection of ordered pairs that allows an exploration of the relationship between the points. | 20. | The mathematical calculation that an event will happen in theory. | 21. | the probabilistic outcomes from two or more events. (2 words with space) |
| | Down:2. | The ratio of the number of times an outcome occurs to the total amount of trials performed. (2 words with space) | 4. | a simple way to calculate possible outcomes regardless of how many choices there are. (2 words with space) | 6. | A measure of the likelihood of an event. | 9. | the set of all possible outcomes from an experiment. | 13. | A sample chosen from a population such that each data unit in the population has an equal chance of being chosen each time. (2 words with space) | 15. | A diagram that shows all the possible outcomes of an event. | 16. | Any possible outcome of an experiment in probability. |
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