## What is the sample space for this experiment?

The sample space of a random experiment is the collection of all possible outcomes. An event associated with a random experiment is a subset of the sample space. The probability of any outcome is a number between 0 and 1.

**Which of the following experiments does not have equally likely outcomes?**

Therefore (iii) is the only experiment that does not have equally likely outcomes.

### Are all simple events in a sample space equally likely?

The sample space is all the possible outcomes, and the event space is the outcomes in the event. In this case, the event is “rolling an even number.” Since the outcomes are equally likely, the probability of the event is the ratio of event space to sample space.

**What is the final outcome?**

noun. a final product or end result; consequence; issue. a conclusion reached through a process of logical thinking.

## What are the types of outcomes?

The three types of outcomes are Organizational outcomes, Team outcomes, and Personal or Individual outcomes.

**What is the range of values of the probability of an event?**

As the chart on the left shows, probabilities range from 0 to 1. If an event is impossible and will never occur, the probability is 0. If an event is absolutely certain to occur, the probability is 1. Otherwise, the value of a probability is between 0 and 1.

### What is meant by student learning outcomes?

Student Learning Outcomes are statements that specify what students will know, be able to do or be able to demonstrate when they have completed or participated in a Course or Program. SLO’s specify an action by the student that must be observable, measurable and able to be demonstrated. Grades are objectives.

**Does a good decision lead to a good outcome?**

Good decisions don’t always have a good outcome, just as bad decisions don’t always have bad outcomes. Sometimes bad outcomes happen to good decisions. And sometimes good things happen to bad decisions. Learning to distinguish between when you’re brilliant and lucky is the key to rapid improvement.

## How many outcomes are there in a sample space?

The answer is there are 6 outcomes in the sample space.

**What is sample point?**

In a probabilistic experiment, a sample point is one of the possible outcomes of the experiment. The set of all sample points is called sample space.

### What is the sample of an experiment?

The sample is the subset of units or people in the population who actually take part in the experiment. This is often, but not always, a random selection.

**What is an outcome?**

The result of something, or the consequence of it, is the outcome. The noun outcome refers to the result of a process, but recently, when joined with the word “based”, it has become jargon within a variety of industries and you’ll see uses like outcome-based medicine and outcome-based budgeting.

## How do you find possible outcomes?

You can use the Counting Principle to find probabilities of events. The probability of any event is equal to the ratio of favorable outcomes to the total number of equally likely possible outcomes. Favorable outcomes are the outcomes you are looking for.

**What is student learning outcomes assessment?**

Student learning outcomes articulate what a student should know or can do after completing a course or program. The assessment of student learning outcomes provides information that puts student learning at the forefront of academic planning processes. But linking goals to assessment can be tricky.

### In which situation are the outcomes not equally likely?

Sometimes the outcomes in a probability experiment are not equally likely. For instance, in the spinner below, the outcomes blue and yellow are equally likely because they represent the same area on the spinner, but the outcome red is twice as likely because it occupies twice as much area as either blue or yellow.

**What happens when there is an outcome?**

In probability theory, an outcome is a possible result of an experiment or trial. Each possible outcome of a particular experiment is unique, and different outcomes are mutually exclusive (only one outcome will occur on each trial of the experiment).

## What is the complement rule?

The Complement Rule states that the sum of the probabilities of an event and its complement must equal 1.

**What is a simple outcome?**

A simple (or single) event is an event with a single outcome (only one “answer”). A compound event is the combination of two or more simple events (with two or more outcomes).

### What is the difference between sample space and outcomes?

An OUTCOME (or SAMPLE POINT) is the result of a the experiment. The set of all possible outcomes or sample points of an experiment is called the SAMPLE SPACE. An EVENT is a subset of the sample space.

**What are the three methods used to identify sample spaces?**

Answer: venn diagram, counting method and tree diagram.