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### Course: Statistics and probability > Unit 7

Lesson 7: Multiplication rule for independent events- Compound probability of independent events
- "At least one" probability with coin flipping
- Free-throw probability
- Three-pointer vs free-throw probability
- Probability without equally likely events
- Independent events example: test taking
- Die rolling probability with independent events
- Independent probability
- Probabilities involving "at least one" success
- Probability of "at least one" success

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# Probability without equally likely events

Up until now, we've looked at probabilities surrounding only equally likely events. What about probabilities when we don't have equally likely events? Say, we have unfair coins? Created by Sal Khan.

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