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Conditional probability

Probability (Year 10)

Year 10

So you're interested in conditional probability, are you! Well, you've come to the right place.
This video will explain to you the ideas behind conditional probability by first looking at a Venn Diagram and explaining what it means by the "Given That" wording and notation. We look at how to read the Venn Diagram (and later a two-way table) to ensure that you know how to visually find the conditional probability of two events.
Isn't there a formula? Of course! So, I take the time to look at the two forms of the conditional probability formula before doing some examples showing how it works.
So much fun in just the one video!

Published: Nov. 5, 2018

Length: 21 mins and 12 seconds

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