Unformatted text preview: simplest one) 1. Pictures may (usually) help (e.g., Venn diagram, tree diagram) 2. Additive rules? 3. Multiplicative rules? 4. Conditional rules? 5. Theorem of Total Probability? 6. Bayes’ Rule? Determine all of the probabilities needed to solve the problem. This will require knowing how to count . 1. Multiplication rules? 2. Permutations? 3. Combinations? 4. Know how and when to use the counting methods simultaneously 5. Avoid double counting Does the solution make sense? Look at your answer and ask yourself “What does it mean?” Think, think and think ....
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 Spring '08
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 Conditional Probability, Probability theory, Sample Space Establish

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