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The main concepts you need to grasp from this section are the basics of probability and the complement rule. Make sure you understand these key ideas 🔐!

A **probability model** is a description of some chance process that is made up of two portions: a list of all possible outcomes and the probability for each outcome. The list of all possible outcomes is called a **sample space.**

If all outcomes in a sample space are equally likely, the probability that event A occurs is...

**P(A) =****number of outcomes in event A/ total number of outcomes in the sample space.**

The probability of any event is a number between 0 and 1 (proportion).

All possible outcomes

**MUST**add up to**1**.The probability that an event does not occur is 1 minus the probability that it does occur. In other words, this refers to the

**complement rule**which says that P(AC) = 1- P(A) where P(AC) is the complement of event A or the probability that event A doesn’t occur. (*Understand how to solve problems using this rule given a scenario mentioning “at least one.”)

*Be sure to know how to ***interpret the probability*** you calculate. Remember to use context.*

🎥**Watch: AP Stats - ****Probability Rules and Random Variables**

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Unit 9: Inference for Quantitative Data: Slopes

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