### Precalculus

By: Magdelena and Josh

Chapter 13

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Across
1.an arrangement of objects where the order is not a consideration.
3.a diagram that is used to show the total number of possible outcomes of an event.
6.any outcome other than the desired outcome of an event.
9.the subject of a sample space that contains only those outcomes that satisfy a given condition.
14.the ratio of the probability of the success of an event to the probability of its compliment.
16.a probability determined by performing tests or experiments and observing the outcomes.
18.two events are complements if and only if the sum of their probability is 1.
19.the set of all possible outcomes of an experiment.
Down
2.probability determining using mathematical methods to model outcomes of a given situation.
4.events that affect each other.
5.the probability of an event under the condition that some preceding event has occurred.
7.events that do not affect each other.
8.if event M can occur in m ways and is followed by an event N that can occur in n ways, then the event m followed by the event N can occur in m times n ways.
10.a technique used to model probability experiments for real- world applications.
11.the investigation of the different possibilities for the arrangement of objects.
12.the problem that can be solved using binomial expansion.
13.two events whose outcomes can never be the same.
15.the measure of the chance of a desired outcome happening.
17.the desired outcome of an event.

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