Learning Wave: Probability Concepts and Application

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Who knew studying probability could be so much fun? This site explains probability, how permutations can affect probability, and how one event can affect another. Activities include a road rally, calculating the best chances of winning the lottery, testing a sound system for a concert, and finding your dream date. The “Extra Help” link gives clues to solving the individual activities. Printable answer sheets to the activitiesare included.

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