# Chapter 10 Probability

## 10.2 Mutually Exclusive Events

Mutually exclusive events are the events that cannot occur or happen at the same time. In this section, you learn about Probability of Combined Events, combined events, mutually exclusive events, mutually, independent events, independent, exclusive, probability scale, add to one, non-mutually events.

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## 10.3 Experimental Probability

In a probability experiment a trial is repeated many times and the outcomes recorded. The relative frequency of an outcome is called the experimental probability. In this section, you learn about, Experimental, experimental probability, theoretical, expected, venn diagram, theoretical probability.

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## 10.4 Independent Events and Tree Diagrams

The two events are said to be independent events if the outcome of one event does not affect the outcome of another. In this section, you learn about, Independent Events and Tree Diagrams, independent events, tree diagram, Mutually Exclusive and Independent Events, mutually exclusive, multiplication rule.

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## 10.5 Conditional Probability

A conditional probability is the probability of a dependent event. The probability of the second outcome depends on what has already happened in the first outcome. In this section, you learn about conditional Probability, mutual, independent, two-way table, conditional.

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## 10.6 Venn Diagrams and Set Notation

The Venn diagram shows the relationship among sets using circles and the area they cover concerning each other. In this section, you learn about Conditional Probability, set notation, sets, venn diagram, subset, compliment, union, intersection.

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