Continuous Uniform probability Model

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Unformatted text preview: g a dart at the region), with no bias towards or against any particular part of the region 2 Sample space: Ω = {(x , y )|(x , y ) is a point in region R } Math 30530 (Fall 2012) Continuous models August 31, 2013 2/2 Continuous uniform probability model 1 Experiment: Have a region R in the plane, and select a point from it at random (e.g. by throwing a dart at the region), with no bias towards or against any particular part of the region 2 Sample space: Ω = {(x , y )|(x , y ) is a point in region R } 3 Probabilities: For any event E , Pr(E ) = Area(E ) Area(R ) i.e. the probability of...
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