 Class 12th Math Probability NCERT Solution CBSE 2023

# Chapter 13 Probability

Here are the NCERT Notes for Class 12 Maths Chapter 13 Probability to assist students with their studies. Probability is the likelihood of an event occurring. Students learn about Probability in depth with Vidyakul. Solving all of the questions in this chapter with the help of Vidyakul’s NCERT notes for Class 12 Maths regularly will help them understand the problem-solving approach.

### Points to Remember

Below, we have provided some of the key points that students must remember ahead of the exams to score well:

• When a random experiment is carried out, each of its outcomes is referred to as an elementary event.

• The sample space associated with a random experiment is the set of all possible outcomes, and it is generally denoted by S.

• A simple event is defined as a subset of the sample space associated with a random experiment if it has only one outcome.

• If a subset of the sample space associated with a random experiment has more than one outcome, it is said to define a compound event.

• If two or more events associated with a random experiment have no common outcomes, they are mutually exclusive.

### Topics and Sub-topics

The Grade 12 Math NCERT notes for the Probability chapter are easy to understand as the subject experts at Vidyakul ensure that the notes are given in the simplest possible form. These notes cover all the exercise questions in the book and adhere to the most recent CBSE 2022-23 syllabus and its guidelines.

In addition, Vidyakul provides detailed and step-by-step NCERT notes that make it easy for students to grasp the basic concepts.

Before moving any further, let us look at the important topics of the chapter Probability:

 Topic Name Topic Name Conditional Probability Random Variables and its Probability Distributions Properties of Conditional Probability Probability Distribution of a Random Variable Multiplication Theorem on Probability Mean of a Random Variable Independent Events Variance of a Random Variable Baye’s Theorem Bernoulli’s Trials and Binomial Distribution Partition of a Sample Space Bernoulli Trials Theorem of total Probability Binomial Distribution