Geometric probability is a concept that involves the distributions of volume, area and length for objects under very specific conditions. The basic concept is the same as that behind normal probability, but total and particular areas of a geometric shape are calculated rather than total and particular outcomes.
An example of geometric probability involves flipping a coin multiple times and considering the probability of the coin landing heads up on only the third toss. Geometric probability is calculated using the formula P equals particular area divided by total area. In the field of statistics, geometric distribution is considered geometric probability.