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Unformatted text preview: mber of possible outcomes For this experiment The sum of the two rolls is 5 The two rolls are the same The sum of the two rolls is an even number Introduction Set Theory Probability Solution. 1.11 Frequentist Interpretation of Probability Introduction to Probability and Set Theory The probability of an event is the long–run proportion of times that the event occurs in independent repetitions of the random experiment. This is referred to as an empirical probability and can be written as P(event ) = number of times that event occurs number of random experiment Introduction Set Theory Probability 1.12 Notes Equally Likely Framework P(event ) = Introduction to Probability and Set Theory Notes number of times that event occurs number of all possible outcomes Remark: Introduction Set Theory Any individual outcome of the sample space is equally likely as any other outcome in the sample space. Probability In an equally like...
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