Probability

These resources are designed to help you with probability topics.

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Equally likely outcomes

     
Introduction to probability language and equally likely outcomes Intro to theoretical probability HELM booklet See Written Resources

Set notation and Venn diagrams

     
Introduction Corbettmaths video HELM booklet See Written Resources
Mutually exclusive and independent events (on Venn diagrams) Maths Genie video Webpage See Written Resources

Mutually exclusive or independent events

     
Mutually Exclusive and independent events The Organic Chemistry Tutor video HELM booklet See Written Resources

Tree diagrams

     
Introduction Ron Barrow video Math is Fun webpage See Written Resources
Conditional probability (using tree diagrams) ExamSolutions video Math is Fun webpage See Written Resources

Conditional probability

     
Conditional Probability (using formulae) Conditional probability and combinations    

Random variables

     
Introduction to random variables Khan Academy video    
Combining random variables   HELM booklet See Written Resources

Discrete probability distributions

     
Introduction to discrete probability distributions   HELM booklet See Written Resources
Binomial distribution  

HELM booklet: Binomial distribution

HELM booklet: Approximating to normal

See Written Resources
Hypergeometric distribution   HELM booklet See Written Resources
Poisson distribution Poisson process HELM booklet See Written Resources

Continuous probability distributions

     
Introduction to continuous probability distributions   HELM booklet See Written Resources
Continuous uniform distribution   HELM booklet See Written Resources
Exponential distribution   HELM booklet See Written Resources
Normal distribution   HELM booklet See Written Resources
Chi-squared distribution   Introduction to Chi-square distribution  
Two people sitting at a table looking at some work together
Two people sitting at a table looking at some work together

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