Lecture6__8211_Chapter2

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Lecture 6 – Chapter 2 Wednesday, September 10 th
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Probability ± The objective of probability is to assign to each event A, a number P(A), which is called probability of the event A and will give a precise measure of the chance that A will occur.
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Axiom of Probability ± Axiom 1: For any event A, ± Axiom 2: ± Axiom 3: If is an infinite collection of disjoint events then ( ) 0 PA ( ) 1 P = S 12 , ,... AA () ( ) 1 ... i i P P A = ∪∪ =
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Proposition ± From the Axioms of Probability we can prove that . This also implies that Axiom 3 is valid for a finite collection of events. ± Proof? ( ) 0 P ∅ =
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Probability Properties ± For any event A, ± Proof? ( ) ( ) 1 c P AP A =−
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Probability Properties ± For any events A and B, ± Proof? ( ) ( ) ( ) ( ) PA B PB B ∪= +
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Equally possible outcomes ± In many experiments, like tossing a coin or
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