Chapter 11 Vocabulary
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Fundamental counting principle
Another way to find the total number of possible outcomes.
Multiplies numbers in order from the starting number down to 1
Probability that is based on repeated trials of an experiment
An imitation of an event; a reproduction of an event that is similar to the actual event
The set of all possible outcomes
Equally likely outcomes
Outcomes that have the same probability.
What should occur or what we expect to happen in an experiment
An event that is a result of another event occurring.
An event whose result does not depend on the result of another event
Mutually exclusive events
Two events that cannot occur at the same time
The likeliehood that a target behavior will occur in a given circumstance
the probability model is a function that associates a probability X with each value pf a discrete random variable X, denoted P(X=x), or with any interval of values of a continuous random variabl
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