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## NCERT Solutions for Class 9 Maths Chapter 15

### Class 9th Maths Exercise 15.1 Solutions

### Class 9 Maths Study Material for 2022-23

Class: 9 | Maths (English and Hindi Medium) |

Chapter 15: | Probability |

## 9th Maths Chapter 15 Solutions in English & Hindi Medium

NCERT Solutions for Class 9 Maths Chapter 15 Probability Exercise 15.1 in English Medium and Hindi Medium is given below. These Solutions are applicable for UP Board Class 9 Students also. So, get here Class 9 Maths up board solutions also. Visit to Discussion Forum to ask your doubts and share your knowledge with the others.

#### Class 9 Maths Exercise 15.1 Solutions in Video

### Class 9 Maths Chapter 15 Practice Questions with Solution

### What is meant by an Experiment in probability?

Experiment: An operation which can produce some well-defined outcomes, is called an experiment.

### What is meant by Random Experiment?

Random Experiment: An experiment which, when repeated under identical conditions, do not produce the same outcomes every time, but if the outcomes produced is one out of the several possibilities, is known as a random experiment.

### What is considered as an Event?

Event: A possible outcome or combination of outcomes is called an event.

### Differentiate between Sure Event and Impossible Event.

Sure Event: If probability of an event is 1, then the event is called certain event or sure event.

Impossible Event: If probability of an event is 0, then event is called an impossible event.

#### Important Notes on 9th Maths Chapter 15

Basic Terms

1. The probability of an event is given by

P(E) = [Number of trials in which E has happened]/[Total number of trials].

2. The probability of happening of an event always lies from 0 to 1.

3. The sum of all the possibilities of all possible outcomes of an experiment is 1.

4. Experimental probability of an event can never be negative.

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### Important Questions on 9th Maths Chapter 15

### How did the concept of probability develop?

The concept of probability developed in a very strange manner. In 1654, a gambler Chevalier de Mere, approached the well-known 17th century French philosopher and mathematician Blaise Pascal regarding certain dice problems. Pascal became interested in these problems, studied them and discussed them with another French mathematician, Pierre de Fermat. Both Pascal and Fermat solved the problems independently. This work was the beginning of Probability Theory.

### What is trial in probability?

A trial is an action which results in one or several outcomes.

### What is an event in probability?

An event for an experiment is the collection of some outcomes of the experiment.

### What is the quantitative range of probability?

The Probability of an event lies between 0 and 1 (0 and 1 inclusive).