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A diagram used to show the total number of possible outcomes

tree diagram


What SHOULD occur in an experiment.

theoretical probability.. ( in theory what should happen )


The possible results of a probability event.

Outcomes


Acting out a situation to see possible outcomes.

simulation


A comparison of two numbers using division.

Ratio


The chance that something will happen.

Probability


An estimated probability based on outcomesduring an experiment.

Experimental Probability


Two or more events in which the outcome of one event DOES NOT affect the outcome of the other.

Independent Events


Two or more events in which the outcome of one event DOES affect the outcome of the other event.

Dependent Event


A randomly selected group chosen for collecting data.

Sample


The entire group from which samples are taken.

Population


An arrangement or listing in which order IS important.

Permutation


The expression n!
The product of all counting numbers beginning with n and backwards to 1 
Factorial


An arrangement or listing of objects in which order is NOT important.

Combination
