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Lesson 2: Probability models

# Probability models example: frozen yogurt

Model the probability of a frozen yogurt line having 0, 1, or 2 people in it.

## Want to join the conversation?

• What is theoretical probability again?
• Definition of Theoretical Probability. It is the likeliness of an event happening based on all the possible outcomes. The ratio for the probability of an event 'P' occurring is P (event) = number of favorable outcomes divided by number of possible outcomes.
• So if the line number increases, does it mean that the probability goes down too?
• yes, if you observe more people coming into the store then the probability of there being no people in line is lower
• This video helps me a lot about models of frozen yogurt.
• That makes me hungry
• what is experimental probability
• It is Technically a prediction of how many times something happens
• i dont understand how you turn 24/50 into 0.48
• what you can do is turn 24/50 into 48/100, which then gives you a percent, or .48 in decimal form.
• I love these videos which help me a lot.
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