Axiomatic Probability - Mathematics
- Empirical Probability
- Theoretical or Classical Probability
- Basics of Sets
- Preferably all the Courses that Come Before this Course in Our Road Map
In Basic High School mathematics, you'll come across three approaches to probability:
Statistical Probability (Classical Probability)
Axiomatic Approach to probability
This course teaches the axiomatic approach to probability by discussing the theory first and then using many useful typical example. In the end, you will be able to calculate the probability of almost any typical event, as long as it is not beyond the scope of this text.
This course is also a part of a road map that takes from the basics of mathematics (pre-algebra - class 6) all the way up to calculus (class 12) based on the Indian system of education (NCERT). The text used here will give you a sturdy and robust foundation in mathematics provided that the whole road map is studied from beginning to end. The road map is highly recommended if you are planning a career in science, mathematics or engineering.
To access the road map, please search for "Great IT Courses" on the internet. on the website, please read the page titled as, "Mathematics 6-12 Standard". The same page has also been linked from the second lecture of the course.
To locate this particular course in the road map, please go to the page related to "Class 11". This course is title as, "16. Probability".
Who this course is for:
- High School Students who are looking to Understand Basic Mathematics Logically, thereby using the Acquired Knowledge in Higher Mathematics or Other Branches of Science Like Physics, Chemistry or Engineering
At Great IT Courses, you can follow a simple but effective system to learn mathematics. By following our road map, you'll be taken through all the ups and downs of mathematics starting from the basics (class 6) all the way through calculus (class 12).
Wherever you get stuck, we will assist you so that you can keep moving and finish the road map.
With us, you will learn how to reason your way through mathematics logically and not just memorize some formulas.