# Lesson overview: Calculate probabilities from equally likely events

Find the probability of a single, equally likely event using fractions, in a range of contexts including spinners, dice and counters. Learn how to use probability notation correctly.

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### 4 lessons in Probability 1 & 2:

- Use the language of probability and the probability scale
- Calculate probabilities from equally likely events
- Find the probability of an event not happening including using a table (include mutually exclusive and exhaustive)
- Find the predicted number of outcomes
- List outcomes in a sample space diagram (two-way table) and calculate probabilities
- Calculate experimental probabilities and make predictions (relative frequency)
- Find probabilities from Venn diagrams including basic set notation
- Find probabilities from frequency trees