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Two-Way tables & Venn Diagrams

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Two Way tables & Venn Diagrams (Introduction)

Venn DiagramsIntroduction to Venn Diagrams and understanding concepts of: Union, Intersection, Complement, Mutually exclusive, Independence

John Venn
Born: Hull, England 1834
Died: Cambridge 1923

Venn’s most important work was in logic and probability. In his book Symbolic logic he
introduced his now famous Venn Diagram. This showed how a number of closed curves (circles)
could be used to represent sets with something in common.

Class notes, Blank notes pdf

Two way tables
Sigma (old) Ex 6.03

Two way Table nceax.co.nz quiz 1 | quiz 2 | quiz 3

Statistics Glossary link to www.stats.gla.ac.uk

Maths is fun venn diagrams (link)

pg 66, 94 - 101

 

Probability from recorded results

A witch's potion can have a range of contents and either it is successful or it explodes

The probability of:

1) a potion containing a frog

2) an exploding worm potion

3) a potion exploding

4) an exploding potion containing a slug

5) a worm potion being a success

Mouse-over key words

Potion information table

Khan Academy video on basic Venn Diagrams using playing cards

 

Khan Academy video: More comprehensive Venn Diagrams

 

 

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