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Chapter 13:

Probability and

Data Analysis

Lesson 13.1

events and find the number of outcomes in a

sample space.

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such as rolling an odd number

outcomes of a random experiment

Example 1:

in the sample space?

List the possible outcomes.

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Example 2:

You flip a coin and roll a number cube.

How many possible outcomes are in the sample space.

Draw a tree diagram to show all the possible outcomes.

Probability of an event:

Probability is the number from 0 to 1 that can be expressed as a decimal,

fraction or percent.

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Theoretical Probability:

when all outcomes are equally likely

Example: flipping a coin or rolling a number cube

# favorable outcomes

Theoretical Probability =

total number of outcomes

You and your friends designed T-shirts with silk screened emblems, and you are selling the T-shirts to

raise money. The table below shows the number of T-shirts you have in each design. A student chooses a

T-shirt at random.

Gold Emblem Silver

Emblem

Green TShirt 10 8

Red Tshirt 6 6

b) What is the probability the student chooses a shirt with a gold emblem?

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Example 4:

You toss a coin and roll a dice. What is the

probability that the coin shows tails and the

dice shows 4?

trials of an experiment.

The number of trials is the number of times the

experiment is performed

Experimental Probability = # of successes

# of trials

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Example 5

A bag contains one blue, one green, one yellow, and one red ball. A ball is drawn at random

from the bag and then replaced. The table shows the results for 24 drawings. For which

color of ball is the experimental probability the same as the theoretical probability?

Blue Green Yellow Red

4 6 9 5

LESSON 13.1 B

Objective: To find the odds in favor or

the odds against of events occurring.

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unfavorable outcomes when all outcomes are equally likely.

Odds in Favor: Number of Favorable Outcomes

Number of Unfavorable Outcomes

Odds Against: Number of Unfavorable Outcomes

Number of Favorable Outcomes

Example 1

In a bag there are 3 green marbles, 4 blue marbles, and 2 red marbles.

a.) What are the odds in favor of choosing a green marble?

b.) What are the odds against choosing a blue marble?

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Example 2

Using a standard deck of playing cards:

a.) What are the odds in favor of choosing an ace?

b.) What are the odds against choosing a diamond?

More Practice with odds

a.) What are the odds in favor of landing on red?

b.) What are the odds against stopping on purple?

c.) What are the odds in favor of landing on green and red?

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