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Unformatted text preview: 15.11 Probability Rules The law of Large #5 . As the # of repetition OF a probability experiment increase , the w / which certian outcome is observed proportion to the probability of the outcome. gets closer Apply the Rules of Probabilities unusual evention event that has low probility of occuring. compute and interpret probabilities using the Empirical Method. Approximative probainlitios using the empirical Approach : P (E ) ~ relative frequency of = freq . of E # of trials of experiment compute / Interpret probabilities using the classical Method . classical Method computings : P(E ) - # of ways that E can occur * of possible outcomes. use simulation to Obtain Data Based on probabilities...
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