### Representing probability

In this lesson, we will look at how we can represent probabilities as words and numbers.

Skip navigation# Unit Overview: Probability

## Lessons:

### Representing probability

### Complementary events

### Calculating probabilities

### Theoretical probability and relative frequency

### Theoretical probability and relative frequency (Part 2)

### Comparing probabilities

### Combined events and sample spaces (Part 1)

### Combined events and sample spaces (Part 2)

### Frequency trees

### Calculating the probability of combined events

### Combined Events and Tree Diagrams (Part 1)

### Combined events and tree diagrams (Part 2)

12 lessons

In this lesson, we will look at how we can represent probabilities as words and numbers.

In this lesson, we will look at how we can calculate probabilities for complementary events.

In this lesson, we will look at calculating probabilities and putting events in order of likelihood. We will then calculate probabilities using spinners and number cards.

In this lesson, we will look at calculating theoretical probabilities and relative frequencies using spinners and dice as our examples.

In this lesson, we will look in more detail at calculating theoretical probabilities and relative frequencies using spinners and worded problems.

In this lesson, we will compare the probabilities of different events to see which is most likely.

In this lesson, we will represent the probabilities of combined events in a sample space.

In this lesson, we will look in more detail at how we can represent combined events and sample spaces.

In this lesson, we will look at how we can represent combined events as frequency trees.

In this lesson, we will look at how we can use area maps to calculate probabilities of combined events.

In this lesson, we will look at how we can represent combined events in a tree diagram.

In this lesson, we will look at examples of when a tree diagram is more useful for combined events than a sample space diagram.

Units in Maths

- Numbers and numerals
- Axioms and arrays
- Factors and multiples
- Order of operations
- Positive and negative numbers
- Expressions, equations and inequalities
- Angles
- Classifying 2-D shapes
- Constructing triangles and quadrilaterals
- Coordinates
- Area of 2-D shapes
- Transforming 2-D figures
- Prime factor decomposition
- Conceptualising and comparing fractions
- Manipulating and calculating with fractions
- Ratio
- Percentages
- Different number systems
- Sequences
- Forming and solving equations
- Forming and solving inequalities
- Linear graphs
- Accuracy and estimation
- Algebra and problem solving
- Ratio (8.6a)
- Ratio, real life graphs, and rates of change
- Direct and indirect proportion
- Univariate data
- Bivariate data
- Famous maths problems
- Angles and parallel lines
- Angles in polygons
- Bearings
- Volume and surface area of prisms
- Area review
- Circles
- FDP review (9.1a)
- Probability
- Sets and Venn Diagrams
- Solving linear simultaneous equations algebraically
- Solving linear simultaneous equations graphically
- Angle review (9.5a)
- Constructions, congruence, and loci
- Pythagoras's theorem
- Famous maths problems
- Ratio review (9.7a)
- Similarity and enlargement
- Surds and trigonometry
- Quadratic expressions (9.9)
- Quadratic equations (9.10)
- Indices and standard form
- Growth and decay
- Finance