An event is nothing but a set so that eve is but set

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Unformatted text preview: , ∅, is called the impossible event. ◊ An event is nothing but a set, so that eve is but set, so that relationships and results from the elementary set theory can be used to study events NUS/FOS/DSAP Lecture 3 – 4 GEM2900 - Understanding Uncertainty & Statistical Thinking Semester 1, 2012/2013 Sample Sample Space & Events Example... Drawing a card from a full deck of 52 cards, the sample space includes 52 possible outcomes. The potential events we may consider include: The card drawn being: (a) the ace of spades (♠) (b) a King (c) red and black at the same time NUS/FOS/DSAP Lecture 3 – 5 GEM2900 - Understanding Uncertainty & Statistical Thinking Semester 1, 2012/2013 Sample Space & Events Th...
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