- Mathematics Extension 1
- Year 12
Probability
approx. 7 hrs
3 topics
15 concepts
Gain a comprehensive understanding of Probability and approach your exams with confidence.
approx. 7 hrs
3 topics
15 concepts
Gain a comprehensive understanding of Probability and approach your exams with confidence.
This learning program covers the essential components of the Year 12 Mathematics Extension 1 topic, Probability, as outlined in the NSW Mathematics Syllabus. Students are taught to select and apply probability techniques to solve a variety of problems and communicate effectively using appropriate mathematical language, notation and diagrams.
This learning program is made up of the following 3 topics, broken down into 15 concepts.
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
Product rule of independent events
Apply the formula for non-mutually exclusive events
Addition rule of successive 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
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