- Mathematics General
- Year 11
Relative Frequency and Probability
approx. 5 hrs
3 topics
13 concepts
Learn the fundamentals of Probability and Statistics.
approx. 5 hrs
3 topics
13 concepts
Learn the fundamentals of Probability and Statistics.
In this learning program, students explore theoretical probability, experimental probability. They study the application of graphic organisers such as two-way tables and tree diagrams to manage data gathered from multi-stage events and they calculate the relative frequency of events from experiments.
This learning program is made up of the following 3 topics, broken down into 13 concepts.
Using the range of probability
Calculate theoretical probability of an event
Understand and use the language of probability
List the sample space of an event
Find the complement of a multi-stage event
Use probability tree diagrams to solve problems involving two-stage events
Construct tree diagrams for multistage events
Construct two-way tables
Use two-way tables to calculate probabilities
List sample space of a multistage event using organised lists, two-way tables and tree diagrams
Calculate relative frequency from an experiment
Calculate the expected frequency of an event
Calculate the expected value of an event
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