# Probability

## Probability of dice questions

In this chapter we will solve questions related to calculating probability by rolling a dice. We know that in a dice, we have 6 numbers (1 to 6), so the sample size for the experiment is expressed as;S = { 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 } Hence, there are 6 possible outcomes after rolling …

## Probability and playing cards

In this chapter, we will discuss the calculation of probability in the experiment of drawing playing cards. At the end, some solved examples are given for better understanding of concept. Let us first discuss the basic concept first. Playing cards probability The playing cards consists of total 52 cards which is divided into four groups …

## Odds and Probability || Formula for calculating odds

In this chapter, we will discuss the concept of odds and differentiate it with the concept of probability. Understand that both probability and odds are the expressing the likelihood of an event but in different way. What are Odds ? Odds tells the likelihood of happening an event against non favorable outcome. The formula for …

## Mutually non exclusive events

In this post we will discuss the concept of mutually non – exclusive events in probability. The concept is extensively used in the probability chapter so make sure you understand the concept well. At the end, solved problems are also provided for conceptual clarity. Definition of mutual non exclusive events Two events are said to …

## Mutually exclusive events

In this chapter, we will discuss the concept of mutually exclusive events which is used extensively in probability. At the end of the chapter, some solved problems are provided for better understanding. Mutually exclusive event definition Two or more events are mutually exclusive if there is no common element present between the events. Since there …

## Complimentary events in probability

In this chapter, we will discuss the concept of complimentary events in probability with examples. At the end of the chapter, solved problems are given for your understanding. What are complimentary events ? Two events A and negation of A are complimentary in nature if occurrence of one event prevents the occurrence of other event. …

## Probability of coin toss

In this chapter we will learn to calculate probability of coin toss with different variations. Solved examples are also provided for your better understanding. Understanding coin toss probability Before calculating the probability, let us revise the basics first. Formula for probability Probability tells the chance of happening any event. Formula for probability is given as; …

## Event in Probability

In this chapter we will discuss the concept of events, its types and examples. The concept is extensively used in probability, so make sure you understand this lesson. What is an event ? The set of desired outcome from the experiment is called an event. Consider the experiment of tossing an unbiased coin. The possible …

## Sample space in probability

In this chapter we will discuss the important concept of sample space used extensively in probability chapter. At the end, solved problems are also given for your practice. What is Sample space ? The set containing all the possible outcome of the experiment is called Sample space. The set for sample space is represented by …

## Experiment in Probability

In this chapter we will learn the concept and types of experiment in probability. The word ” experiment” is extensively used in probability chapter, so you need to understand the meaning and significance behind this to solve related problems. What is experiment in probability ? The operation which produce well defined outcomes are called experiment. …