Unformatted text preview: ly framework, the probability of any
event is the number of ways the event occurs divided
by the number of total events possible. 1.13 Example 5 Introduction to
Probability and
Set Theory Find the probabilities associated with parts 2–4 of
Example 4
Solution.
Introduction
Set Theory
Probability 1.14 Notes Probability Rules
1 Notes Any probability must be between 0 and 1 inclusively 2 Introduction to
Probability and
Set Theory The sum of the probabilities for all the experimental
outcomes must equal 1 If a probability model satisﬁes the two rules above, it is
said to be legitimate Introduction
Set Theory
Probability 1.15 Example 6
An experiment with three outc...
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 Probability

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