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ByBasic Terms of Probability. Objectives. Determine the probability of a given event . Determine the odds of a given event. Use a Punnet square to determine probability. . Vocabulary. experiment sample space - the set S of all possible outcomes of an experiment

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ByObjectives. Calculate geometric probabilities. Use geometric probability to predict results in real-world situations. If every outcome in the sample space is equally likely, the theoretical probability of an event is. Remember that in probability, the set of

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