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Unformatted text preview: 2-1 Sample Spaces and Events2-1.1 Random ExperimentsFigure 2-1Continuous iteration between model and physical system.2-1 Sample Spaces and Events2-1.1 Random ExperimentsFigure 2-2Noise variables affect the transformation of inputs to outputs.2-1 Sample Spaces and Events2-1.1 Random ExperimentsDefinition2-1 Sample Spaces and Events2-1.1 Random ExperimentsFigure 2-3A closer examination of the system identifies deviations from the model.2-1 Sample Spaces and Events2-1.1 Random ExperimentsFigure 2-4Variation causes disruptions in the system.2-1 Sample Spaces and Events2-1.2 Sample SpacesDefinition2-1 Sample Spaces and Events2-1.2 Sample SpacesExample 2-12-1 Sample Spaces and EventsExample 2-1 (continued)Discrete or Continuous Discrete: A sample space is discrete if it consists of finite or countable infinite set of outcomesContinuous: if it contains an interval of real numbers2-1 Sample Spaces and EventsExample 2-22-1 Sample Spaces and EventsExample 2-2 (continued)2-1 Sample Spaces and EventsTree Diagrams Sample spaces can also be described graphically withtree diagrams. When a sample space can be constructed in several steps or stages, we can represent each of the n1ways of completing the first step as a branch of a tree....
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