# 3.10 Learning Objectives Revisited

As a result of completing this chapter, you will be able to do the following:

- Identify the sample space of a chance experiment (Section 3.1).
- Calculate probabilities using the equally likely outcome model (the [latex]\frac{f}{N}[/latex] rule) if applicable (Section 3.2).
- Draw Venn diagrams to show relationship between events (Section 3.3).
- Calculate probabilities of events using the addition, complementation, conditional, and multiplication rules (Sections 3.4, 3.5 and 3.6).
- Show whether two events are independent by calculation (Section 3.5).
- Calculate joint and marginal probabilities based on contingency tables (Section 3.9).
- Use combinations and permutations to calculate the number of sample points of events (Section 3.8).