HSC Together Year 11 Maths Standard: Range of Probabilities

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• Relative Frequency and Probability
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Range of Probabilities

What is the range of probabilities?

The probability of an event that is impossible is 0 and the probability of an event that is certain is 1. The probability of any event occurring falls within these two numbers as a decimal, if it is not impossible or certain. These videos will help you understand the range of probabilities in Prelim Standard Math.

The video below explains this in more detail.

How to calculate probabilities

The following video explains how to calculate probabilities when given certain information by a question.

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