Unformatted text preview: et with 0 element and is written as ∅. Ω and ∅
are complements Notes Introduction
Set Theory
Probability Complement: a set that contains all of the elements
in the sample space that are not in the original set
Event: any subset of the sample space. It can be
one or more elements 1.7 Introduction to
Probability and
Set Theory Complement Sample space
Ω Introduction
Set Theory
Probability Ac A 1.8 Notes Example 2
Let us examine what happens in the ﬂip of 3 fair coins. In
this case Ω = {(T , T , T ), (T , T , H ), (T , H , T ), (H , T , T )
, (T , H , H ), (H , T , H ), (H , H , T ), (H , H , H )}. Let A be the
event of exactly 2 tails. Let B b...
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 Probability, Probability theory

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