1. Probability of an event | | C - two or more events that cannot happen at the same time (such as long hair and short hair) |

2. Sample space | | B - theoretically equal chances for each of the outcomes |

3. Outcome | | F - an object, game, or experiment where all of the outcomes are equally probable |

4. Certain event | | A - probability of the event is exactly equal to zero; the event absolutely cannot happen |

5. Impossible event | | I - events that have at least a one‐way relationship or effect on each other (like time of day and temperature) |

6. Dependent events | | E - one of the possible results of an experiment |

7. Independent events | | H - an event with probability equal to one; the event is absolutely guaranteed to happen every time |

8. Equally likely | | G - the set of all possible outcomes of an experiment |

9. Mutually exclusive events | | J - two events that do not affect each other (like day of the week and temperature) |

10. Fair | | D - the number of true outcomes divided by the total number of equally likely outcomes |