More on probability.
Introduction to probability. Independent and dependent events. Compound events. Mutual exclusive events. Addition rule for probability.
More on free throws.
Another example showing the probability of rolling an even number three times in a row.
LeBron James asks Sal Khan if it is easier to make three free throws or one three-pointer.
Introduction to conditional probability
What happens when 100 perfect logicians have to figure out if they each have a blue forehead?
Random logic puzzles and brain teasers. Fun to do and useful for many job interviews!
A different way of thinking about probability when we don't have equally likely events
Extending the path counting to three dimensions
The perfect logicians are at it again.
Do not watch before Blue Forehead Room. THIS IS THE SOLUTION!
What probability is.
Introduction to random variables and probability distribution functions.
How to get correct advice when you can only ask one question from either a liar or a truth-teller (when you don't know who is what)
Probability of getting a certain number roll in Monopoly
More on conditional probability. Touch on Bayes' Theorem.
Let's flip a coin.
Separating the truthteller from the togglers!
Probability of particular sequences of flips
Probability of two independent events occuring.
Probability of getting at least one heads in multiple flips of a fair coin