This award-winning series helps students to build confidence in their ability to "do math" and develop the knowledge and skills required to become mathematically literate. Probability is a subject that demonstrates the importance of understanding fractions, decimals and percents. Probability is introduced as a measure of uncertainty or chance. The difference between theoretical probability and experimental probability is explored. Uses of probability in weather reports, insurance, risk analysis and polls are discussed. Fundamental rules of probability are developed using examples. Words such as independent, disjoint, and complement are explained in a meaningful context. Students will learn to define probability as a measure of chance or uncertainty. To enumerate various uses of probability while defining disjoint and independent events.