Probability theory is a branch of mathematics that deals with the analysis and measurement of quantitatively likelihood of an event or experiment that it will have a particular outcome. Probability theory is the mathematical foundation for statistics. Listed below are math games and videos of probability lessons that explain the probability theory and related concepts.

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 Math lesson on introduction to the binomial distribution. 12:15 |

Binomial Distribution, part 2/4Grade: 9 - 12 Math lesson (part 2) on the binomial distribution. 13:25 |

Binomial Distribution, part 3/4Grade: 9 - 12 Math lesson (part 3) - an example of binomial distribution using basketball. 13:25 |

Binomial Distribution, part 4/4Grade: 9 - 12 Math lesson (part 4) - using 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 |

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