Using Set Notation
Probability and statistics
Essential Mathematics Year 9
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Start
Welcome!
Learning objectives
Recap of past learning
Probability: Sample Space
Probability: Subset
Probability: Contained within
Probability: Complement and element of
Probability: An empty set
Probability: Cardinal number
Probability: Intersection
Probability: Union
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Description

This is another video in the series looking at Probability for the Year 9 course. Barry has outdone himself with the notation we can use in Probability and this video seeks to break down all the confusion and have you using Set Notation like a Mathematical genius! I explain what intersection, union, element of, empty set, subsets and contained within mean with lots of examples. The lesson is aligned with the Cambridge series of textbooks and, with permission, I use their examples to explain how to master the concepts. This lesson is delivered with my own unique style of humour.
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