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# ClassNotes-Chapter-04-v4-part-0 - CHAPTER 4 PROBABILITY(v4...

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1 © Sven Thommesen 2011 CHAPTER 4: PROBABILITY (v4 part 0) [Edited 09/23/08] [ Work In Progress ] TABLE OF CONTENTS PART 1: covering SECTIONS 4.1 4.3 1. BASIC CONCEPTS OF PROBABILITY 2. STATISTICAL EXPERIMENTS 3. THE PROBABILITY OF OUTCOMES: SIMPLE EXPERIMENTS 4. WHAT IF PROBABILITY IS NOT CLASSICAL? ASSIGNING PROBABILITY. A. CLASSICAL B. EMPIRICAL (RELATIVE FREQUENCY) C. EMPIRICAL (PROBABILITY FUNCTIONS) D. SUBJECTIVE 5. USING CLASSICAL PROBABILITY 6. SIMPLE EXPERIMENTS AND EVENTS OF INTEREST 7. THE PROBABILITY OF OUTCOMES: EXTENDED EXPERIMENTS A. REPEATED SIMPLE EXPERIMENTS B. COMPOUND EXPERIMENTS 8. EXTENDED EXPERIMENTS AND EVENTS OF INTEREST 9. WHAT IF EXPERIMENTS ARE NOT INDEPENDENT? A. IF ORDER MATTERS: SEQUENCES (PERMUTATIONS) B. IF ORDER DOES NOT MATTER: GROUPS (COMBINATIONS) C. COMMITTEE SELECTIONS [optional] 10. INDEPENDENT EXPERIMENTS AND GROUPS [optional]

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