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Part 1: Experiment, Theory & Odds
expressing a probability between certainty and impossible as the likelihood of an uncertain event occurring conducting and recording probability experiments using small and large number trials with replacement calculating the…
Part 2: Probability Complement and Tree Diagrams
calculating the complement of an event (the probability of the event not occurring) the changing probabilities of each of three events occurring in a small number trial experiment without replacement…

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