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Unformatted text preview: In this section, we will discuss some of the same scenarios under the assumption that the individual outcomes of simple experiments are NOT equally likely. (We dont care how the probabilities were assigned, just that we are not using the Classical method.) (We are still working with discrete probability the continuous case will be discussed in part 4 of the notes.) NONCLASSICAL PROBABILITY AND SIMPLE EXPERIMENTS [ Insert discussion here] 2 14. NONCLASSICAL PROBABILITY AND SEQUENTIAL EXPERIMENTS [ Insert discussion here ] A. INDEPENDENT EXPERIMENTS when ORDER MATTERS 3 EXAMPLES 4 B. DEPENDENT EXPERIMENTS when ORDER MATTERS 5 EXAMPLES 6 C. DEPENDENT EXPERIMENTS when ORDER DOES NOT MATTER 7 EXAMPLES 8 D. INDEPENDENT EXPERIMENTS when ORDER DOES NOT MATTER 9 EXAMPLES 10 E. NONCLASSICAL PROBABILITY AND COMPOUND EXPERIMENTS [ Insert discussion here ] 11 EXAMPLES...
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