Exercise 15.1 of NCERT Solutions for class 10 Maths Chapter 15- Probability is available here in the downloadable PDF format. These exercise questions are considered to be very important since it covers the basic concepts of probability, including an event, possible outcome of an event, etc. There are 25 questions in this exercise which covers all the concepts present in the chapter.
The subject experts at BYJU’S solve these questions keeping the NCERT Syllabus and guidelines in mind. These NCERT solutions for class 10 Maths are the best study material for the Class 10 students for the board exam preparation.
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NCERT Solutions for class 10 Maths Chapter 15- Probability Exercise 15.1
Some of the topics that Exercise 15.1 of 10th standard Maths cover are as follows:
- A Theoretical Approach to probability: In theoretical approach, as the name suggests, the occurrence of an event is predicted without actually performing the experiment. In such cases, we assume that the outcomes of an event are equally likely. Here, we infer that the experimental probability of an event approaches its theoretical probability if the number of trials of an experiment is very large.
- Random Experiment: An experiment is said to be random when the result varies as an experiment is repeated several times. These repetitions are called trials. The theoretical probability (classical probability) of an event ‘E’, P(E), is defined as the ratio of Number of outcomes favourable to E to that of the number of all possible outcomes of the experiment.
- Compound Event: An event, related to a random experiment is said to be a compound event if it is obtained by combining two or more elementary events related to the random experiment.
Here, solving the problems from Exercise 15.1 of chapter 15, Probability, will give the students an idea about the points mentioned above. Similarly, Solving all the problems in the NCERT solutions will give an idea about the concepts covered in all the chapters along with helping the students improve their problem-solving skills.