Khan Academy Course , Prof. Salman Khan

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Khan Academy Course , Prof. Salman Khan

Probability explained | Independent and dependent events - Probability with playing cards and Venn diagrams - Addition rule for probability - Finding probability example 2 - Compound probability of independent events - Coin flipping probability - Probability without equally likely events - Getting exactly two heads (combinatorics) - Exactly three heads in five flips - Frequency Stability - Generalizing with binomial coefficients (bit advanced) - Probability - Dependent probability example - Permutations - Combinations - Probability using combinations - Probability and combinations - Conditional probability and combinations - Birthday probability problem - Introduction to Random Variables - Probability density functions - Binomial Distribution - Expected Value: E(X) - Expected value of binomial distribution - Poisson process - Law of large numbers - Term life insurance and death probability - Mega millions jackpot probability - Free throwing probability - Three pointer vs free throwing probability

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- 1.Probability explained | Independent and dependent events
- 2.Probability with playing cards and Venn diagrams
- 3.Addition rule for probability
- 4.Finding probability example 2
- 5.Compound probability of independent events
- 6.Coin flipping probability
- 7.Probability without equally likely events
- 8.Getting exactly two heads (combinatorics)
- 9.Exactly three heads in five flips
- 10.Frequency Stability
- 11.Generalizing with binomial coefficients (bit advanced)
- 12.Probability (part 2)
- 13.Probability (part 3)
- 14.Probability (part 4)
- 15.Probability (part 5)
- 16.Probability (part 6)
- 17.Dependent probability example
- 18.Dependent probability example 2
- 19.Probability (part 7)
- 20.Probability (part 8)
- 21.Permutations
- 22.Combinations
- 23.Probability using combinations
- 24.Probability and combinations (part 2)
- 25.Conditional probability and combinations | Probability and Statistics
- 26.Birthday probability problem
- 27.Introduction to Random Variables
- 28.Probability density functions
- 29.Binomial Distribution 1
- 30.Binomial Distribution 2
- 31.Binomial Distribution 3
- 32.Binomial Distribution 4
- 33.Expected Value E(X)
- 34.Expected value of binomial distribution
- 35.Poisson process 1
- 36.Poisson process 2
- 37.Law of large numbers
- 38.Term life insurance and death probability
- 39.Mega millions jackpot probability
- 40.Free throwing probability
- 41.Three pointer vs free throwing probability

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