Once we know how to count arrangements and possibilities we can estimate how likely something is to happen.

If we know the number and variety of colours in a jar of M&Ms, for example, we can then gauge the likelihood of reaching in and randomly selecting a red one.

Without any such knowledge we could only guess.

In this playlist, we learn to use our ability to count in order to assess risks and likelihoods of events.

Life is full of uncertainties … probability is our chance to evaluate those uncertainties.