Julius Ngwa

11:46

60% Chance that it's going to Rain

Julius Ngwa

12:41

Very Certain that the Event will Occur

Julius Ngwa

13:31

Impossible for that event to occur

Julius Ngwa

15:05

All possible options avaialable

Julius Ngwa

15:36

n = 4

Julius Ngwa

15:53

Calculate Probabilities

Julius Ngwa

17:19

2 possible options of having One Head

Janeesha Harcourt

17:58

no

Tamara Collins

17:59

no

Inez Hairston

18:08

no

Julius Ngwa

18:22

Boy B

Julius Ngwa

18:26

Girl G

Julius Ngwa

18:32

Total of Three Children

Julius Ngwa

18:39

Determine the Sample Space

Julius Ngwa

18:46

n = 8

Julius Ngwa

18:59

BBB (All three Children were Boys)

Julius Ngwa

19:11

BBG

Julius Ngwa

19:25

P(Same Gender)

Julius Ngwa

19:35

BBB

Julius Ngwa

19:40

or GGG

Julius Ngwa

20:32

P(Same Gender) = 1/4 = 0.25 = 25%

Julius Ngwa

21:20

n = 10,000 (Sample Space)

Julius Ngwa

21:29

P(Rent)

Julius Ngwa

22:00

912 + 2857 = 3769

Julius Ngwa

22:28

P(Rent) = 3769/10,000 = 37.69%

Julius Ngwa

22:43

Determine your Sample Space

Julius Ngwa

26:05

30 + 50 + 120 = 200 Participants

Julius Ngwa

26:29

n = 200 Participants in this Study

Julius Ngwa

28:17

25% Chance selected this study that participant will be a former smoker

Julius Ngwa

30:53

Table

Julius Ngwa

30:59

Dividing by Grand Total = 200

Julius Ngwa

31:19

Conditional Probability

Julius Ngwa

31:28

Restricted Probability

Julius Ngwa

32:10

Given == Restricted To

Julius Ngwa

33:05

Restricted to focus on just the Current Smokers

Julius Ngwa

33:15

Conditional or Restricted Probability

Julius Ngwa

34:37

Female Participants

Julius Ngwa

35:28

Conditional Probability

Inez Hairston

35:40

no

Tamara Collins

35:40

no

Erik Ludaway

35:41

no

Julius Ngwa

37:16

Addition and Multiplication Rule in Probability

Julius Ngwa

37:27

Addition Rule

Julius Ngwa

40:35

n = Intersection

Julius Ngwa

40:46

Both A1 and A2

Julius Ngwa

41:38

Nothing in Common

Julius Ngwa

41:53

Impossible A1 and A3

Julius Ngwa

42:20

A1 and A3 are Mutually Exclusive: Nothing in Common

Julius Ngwa

42:29

Intersection is Zero

Julius Ngwa

43:51

Union

Julius Ngwa

44:33

Combine A1 and A3

Julius Ngwa

47:04

Avoid counting elements twice

Julius Ngwa

50:43

AND = where they Meet

Julius Ngwa

51:37

OR = Union

Julius Ngwa

51:46

OR avoid counting people twice

Julius Ngwa

52:13

Total Likely to Vote = 721

Julius Ngwa

52:33

Favor of the Law = 523

Julius Ngwa

52:53

372 Intersection (Has been counted Twice)

Julius Ngwa

53:29

P(Likely Vote OR Favor) = (721 + 523 - 372) / 1000

Julius Ngwa

53:59

87.2%

Inez Hairston

54:25

no

Tamara Collins

54:27

none here

Julius Ngwa

54:55

Contingency Table

Julius Ngwa

58:30

Dividing by 52 Sample Space

Julius Ngwa

58:47

Conditional Probability

Julius Ngwa

58:55

Restrictions in our Data

Julius Ngwa

01:01:53

Conditional Probability

Julius Ngwa

01:02:08

Restricted our Sample Space

Janeesha Harcourt

01:02:25

no

Inez Hairston

01:02:26

no

Breanna Held

01:02:47

Breanna Held

Janeesha Harcourt

01:02:47

Janeesha harcourt

Tamara Collins

01:02:48

Tamara Collins

Erik Ludaway

01:02:48

Erik Ludaway

Inez Hairston

01:02:49

Inez Hairston

Julius Ngwa

01:16:52

Based on a Deck of Cards

Julius Ngwa

01:17:03

OR = Addition Rule

Julius Ngwa

01:17:19

OR = Union = Addition Rule

Julius Ngwa

01:17:50

Select two or more Items

Julius Ngwa

01:18:49

One Ball

Julius Ngwa

01:19:34

40% of selecting a red ball (one red ball) from the Bag

Julius Ngwa

01:20:07

After selecting the 1st Ball

Julius Ngwa

01:20:19

Replace the Ball or Do not replace the Ball

Julius Ngwa

01:20:32

With Replacement or Without Replacement

Julius Ngwa

01:21:11

Total Number of Balls Stays the Same = With Replacement

Julius Ngwa

01:21:21

Without Replacement = Decrease by One

Julius Ngwa

01:21:30

in the 2nd Pick

Julius Ngwa

01:21:54

Mulitplication

Julius Ngwa

01:22:24

AND = Multiplication (More than One Item)

Julius Ngwa

01:23:49

16% Chance of Selecting a Red AND a Red Ball with Replacement

Inez Hairston

01:28:39

no

Janeesha Harcourt

01:28:39

no

Jenee

01:28:43

no

Julius Ngwa

01:28:51

Tree Diagram

Nidhi Goyal

01:31:06

sorry for joining Late , got stucked with some work

Nidhi Goyal

01:32:03

nidhi goyal

Julius Ngwa

01:33:18

Two Balls Without Replacement

Julius Ngwa

01:33:31

Deck of Cards

Julius Ngwa

01:33:40

Multiplication Rule

Julius Ngwa

01:34:45

Pick 4 Cards

Inez Hairston

01:37:38

no

Julius Ngwa

01:49:07

Order in which the letters appear does not make a difference

Julius Ngwa

01:49:55

Permutations: The Order in which the letters appear make a difference

Julius Ngwa

01:51:27

The number of Permutations will always be more than the number of Combinations. Because with Permutations the Order in which the letters appear makes a difference

Janeesha Harcourt

01:52:41

I cannot see the calculator

Julius Ngwa

01:52:43

4 MATH PRB nCr 2

Nidhi Goyal

01:53:03

yes

Julius Ngwa

01:55:08

3 possible Area Codes from this 10 Digits

Inez Hairston

01:57:13

no

Julius Ngwa

02:03:14

A fair coin Tossed five Times

Julius Ngwa

02:03:31

Multiplication Rule

Julius Ngwa

02:03:51

P( at least one head)

Julius Ngwa

02:04:48

P (at least one head) Complement is having No Head

Julius Ngwa

02:06:41

Compliment and Multiplication Rule

Janeesha Harcourt

02:10:00

thank you goodnight