Suppose that you have to guess the suit of a playing card drawn from a 52 pack at random, you probability of guessing correctly is 1/4. Now suppose I tell you that it is red. You then have a 1/2 chance, because there are less choices, you can use the additional information to restrict the space of possible outcomes.

- Definition and Properties 10/12
- Conditional Probability IS a probability 10/12
- Examples of using conditional probability 10/13
- Monty Hall 10/14
- Independence 10/14 and 10/16
- Joint Distributions 10/19, 10/20
- Conditionning with continuous random variables
- Independent Random Variables 10/26
- Conditional Distributions 10/27
- Order Statistics 10/30