- Mathematical Methods
- Year 12
Probability
approx. 7 hrs
3 topics
16 concepts
Deepen your understanding of Probability and gain the skills to approach your examinations with confidence.
approx. 7 hrs
3 topics
16 concepts
Deepen your understanding of Probability and gain the skills to approach your examinations with confidence.
The Year 12 Probability program addresses outcomes from the Statistics and Probability strand in the Australian curriculum. We give students the skills to select and apply techniques of probability to solve a variety of problems, communicate effectively using appropriate mathematical language, notation and diagrams.
This learning program is made up of the following 3 topics, broken down into 16 concepts.
Illustrate a probability problem using a Karnaugh map
Addition rule of successive events
Product rule of independent events
Apply the formula for non-mutually exclusive events
Use Venn diagrams to calculate probabilities
Find the complement of a multi-stage event
Using arrays for two-step experiments
Use two-way tables to calculate probabilities
Using tree diagrams for multi-stage events
Apply the rule for dependent events
Classify an event as dependent or independent
Fundamental formula for probability
Calculate the theoretical probability of a single-step event
Calculate the complement of a single-step event
Calculate the theoretical probability of a single-step compound event
Calculate relative frequency from an experiment
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