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YMS Ch6: Probability

AP Statistics at LSHS
Mr. Molesky
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G I V E N U
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E R A N D O M
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C Z N P
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C O M P L E M E N T R O
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N R R E P L A C E M E N T
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D M O D E L D E
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I V D I S J O I N T
T E C
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I I N D E P E N D E N T U
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O T A D D I T I O N
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N S P B I
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B A Y E S P R O B A B I L I T Y O
L A S E N
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T R E E A
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M U L T I P L I C A T I O N

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1. How we read "|" [given] 2. Diagram that helps illustrate disjoint events and
4. "_" is not a synonym for "haphazard" [random] complements [venn]
7. The event that a particular event does not occur 3. Chance behavior is _ in the short run.
[complement] [unpredictable]
9. Sampling without this affects independence 5. Probability of an event given another event has
[replacement] occured [conditional]
10. A mathematical description of a random 6. Minimum probability [zero]
phenomenon [model] 8. Maximum probability [one]
12. Events that have no outcomes in common 11. Any outcome or set of outcomes of a random
[disjoint] phenomenon [event]
13. The outcome of one trial does not influence the 14. The event that at least one of a collection of
outcome of any other... [independent] events occurs [union]
15. P(A or B) can be found using this rule [addition] 16. Sample _: the set of all possible outcomes [space]
18. Rule that can be used in certain conditional 17. Not only affiliated with a triangle. but also
situations [bayes] probability theory [pascal]
19. The proportion of times an outcome would occur
in a long series of repetitions [probability]
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20. Diagram used to help illustrate the multiplication
principle [tree]
21. P(A and B) can be found using this rule
[Multiplication]