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# Unit L Concept 9-14a

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Author: Crystal Kirch
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Basic Probability (one event), Probability of Independent "AND" Event (two events, with replacement), Probability of Independent "AND" Event (two events, WITHOUT replacement), Probability of "OR" Events (mutually exclusive), Probability of Independent "OR" Events (NON-mutually exclusive), Probability of events that require Combinations to determine sample space

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Tutorial

## Unit L Concept 9

A quick review of basic probability, including interpreting graphs and charts.

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## Unit L Concept 10 - ONLY WATCH TO 3:35 IN THIS VIDEO. #1 WILL BE WORKED OUT CORRECTLY IN THE NEXT VIDEO

PROBABILITY of Independent "And" events

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## Unit L Concept 10 (problem #1 solved correctly)

continue concept 10 here. Remember, you STOPPED the last video at 3:35!

## Unit L Concept 11

Probability of DEPENDENT "and" events

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## Unit L Concept 12

Mutually Exclusive Probability

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## Unit L Concept 13

Non-Mutually Exclusive "or" probability

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## Unit L Concept 14

To conclude this unit, let's go ahead and just put it all together... probability that has a sample space that must be computed with combinations! Woo hoo!

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