CBSE NCERT Solutions for Chapter 15 Probability Class 10 Maths

Probability is the study of We have studied experimental (or empirical) probabilities of events which were based on the results of actual experiments. In this chapter, probability is discussed as a theoretical approach. It is not based on any experiments. When we speak of a coin, we assume it to be ‘fair’, that is, it is symmetrical so that there is no reason for it to come down more often on one side than the other. We call this property of the coin as being ‘unbiased’. By the phrase ‘random toss’, we mean that the coin is allowed to fall freely without any bias or interference. Many day to day situations have been discussed to find probability. Some examples are playing cards, throwing dice and finding the probability of required result. There is only one exercise.