Video lessons with examples and solutions to help High School students
learn to find the conditional probability of *A* given *B* as
the fraction of *B*ӳ outcomes that also belong to *A*, and
interpret the answer in terms of the model.

- Find and interpret conditional probabilities using a two-way table, Venn diagram, or tree diagram.
- Understand the difference between compound and conditional probabilities.

Common Core: HSS-CP.B.6

Compound Probability of Independent Events

Probability of particular sequences of flips.

Probability of Compound Events

Probability of compound events, both independent and dependent.

Probability of Compound Events.

Conditional Probability with Tables and Venn Diagrams.

Conditional Probability and Venn Diagrams.

Probability Tree Diagrams

Using a probability tree diagram to calculate probabilities of two events which are not independent.

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