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Probability: Single Events

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Probability: Single Events
What you will learn from this videoWhat you will learn
  • We'll learn about the probability of an event happening.
  • We will also learn how to PREDICT the chances of an event happening.
  • And we'll see how this knowledge can help us compete in sports, be on a game show, and understand bottle tricks!
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Level 1

If you pull a card from a standard deck, what is the probability that the card is a spade?

Level 2

Janelle wants to check if the coin she has is fair. She decides to determine the experimental probability for heads, and then compare that to the theoretical probability of heads on a fair coin. Would Janelle get a better estimate of the experimental probability with 10 trials, or 100 trials?

Level 3

Heather and Janet are in a free throw competition. So far in the competition, Heather has made 30 out of 50 shots. Janet has made 40 out 60 shots. Who is more likely to make their next shot?

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