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 13-5.4.2 PermutationsAuthor: Shved, LyudmilaCollege: Sierra College
 13-5.4.2 CombinationsAuthor: Shved, LyudmilaCollege: Sierra College
 13-5.4.1 Factorial expressionsAuthor: Shved, LyudmilaCollege: Sierra College
 13-5.3.5 Tree diagrams for conditional probabilitiesAuthor: Shved, LyudmilaCollege: Sierra College
 13-5.3.8 Intersection and conditional probabilityAuthor: Shved, LyudmilaCollege: Sierra College
 13-5.3.7 Probability of dependent eventsAuthor: Shved, LyudmilaCollege: Sierra College
 13-5.3.6 Conditional probability, basicAuthor: Shved, LyudmilaCollege: Sierra College
 13-5.3.5 Calculating relative frequency in a contingency tableAuthor: Shved, LyudmilaCollege: Sierra College
 13-5.3.4 Probability of independent events, decimal answersAuthor: Shved, LyudmilaCollege: Sierra College
 13-5.3.3 Probability of union and intersection of independent eventsAuthor: Shved, LyudmilaCollege: Sierra College
 13-5.3.2 Probabilities of draws without replacementAuthor: Shved, LyudmilaCollege: Sierra College
 13-5.3.1 Probabilities of draws with replacementAuthor: Shved, LyudmilaCollege: Sierra College
 13-5.2.4 The curious die, Part 1Author: Shved, LyudmilaCollege: Sierra College
 13-5.2.3 Probabilities involving two ME eventsAuthor: Shved, LyudmilaCollege: Sierra College
 13-5.2.7 Prob. of the Union of Mutually Exclusive Events and Independent EventsAuthor: Shved, LyudmilaCollege: Sierra College
 13-3.1.5 Approx. the mean of a data set given a histogramAuthor: Shved, LyudmilaCollege: Sierra College
 13-2.1.2 Computations from pie chartsAuthor: Shved, LyudmilaCollege: Sierra College
 13-R.19 Graphing a line given its x- and y-interceptsAuthor: Shved, LyudmilaCollege: Sierra College
 13-R.18 X- and y-int. of a line given the equation in stand. formAuthor: Shved, LyudmilaCollege: Sierra College
 13-R.15 Y-intercept of a lineAuthor: Shved, LyudmilaCollege: Sierra College