Probability, part 1Grade: 7  12 Math lesson  What is probability? 10:30 

Probability, part 2Grade: 7  12 Learn about probability by flipping a coin. 9:55 

Probability, part 3Grade: 7  12 More on probability. 10:05 

Probability, part 4Grade: 7  12 More on free throws. 10:00 

Probability, part 5Grade: 7  12 Probability of getting a certain number roll in Monopoly. 10:05 

Probability, part 6Grade: 7  12 The probability lesson explains conditional probability. 9:15 

Probability, part 7Grade: 7  12 More on conditional probability. Touch on Bayes' Theorem. 10:05 

Probability, part 8Grade: 7  12 The probability lesson explains Bayes' Theorem. 5:25 

PermutationsGrade: 8  12 Learn about permutations. 10:10 

CombinationsGrade: 8  12 Introduction to combinations. 10:15 

Probability using Combinations, part 1Grade: 8  12 Probability of getting exactly 3 heads in 8 flips of a fair coin. 9:10 

Probability using Combinations, part 2Grade: 8  12 Probability of making at least 3 out of 5 free throws. 10:35 

Conditional Probability and CombinationsGrade: 8  12 Probability that I picked a fair coin given that I flipped 4 out of 6 heads. 16:50 

Probability Density FunctionsGrade: 9  12 The lesson explains probability density functions for continuous random variables. 10:00 

Binomial Distribution, part 1/4Grade: 9  12 Introduction to the binomial distribution 12:15 

Binomial Distribution, part 2/4Grade: 9  12 More on the binomial distribution 13:25 

Binomial Distribution, part 3/4Grade: 9  12 An example of binomial distribution using basketball. 13:25 

Binomial Distribution, part 4/4Grade: 9  12 The lesson uses Excel to visualize the basketball example of binomial distribution. 10:45 

Calculating the Probability of Simple EventsGrade: 9  12 The lesson explains the basic idea of probability, and a few simple examples of calculating the probability of simple events. 9:25 

Probability of Independent Events  Math LessonGrade: 9  12 The math lesson explains the probability of independent events such as flipping a coin twice or more. Probability of independent events can be found by multiplying the probabilities of each separate event. 2:05 

Probability of Dependent Events  Math LessonGrade: 9  12 The lesson explains the probability of dependent events  where outcome of the one event affects the outcome of the following events, for example when taking blocks out of a jar. 2:50 

Experimental Probability  Math LessonGrade: 9  12 In this lesson, students learn that probability can be calculated by conducting an experiment. It explains that experimental probability approaches theoretical probability as the number of trials increases. 4:20 
