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2.3 Counting Techniques
When the various outcomes of an experiment are equally likely (the same
probability is assigned to each simple event), the task of computing probabilities
reduces to counting.
Letting N denote the number of outcomes in a sample spa
2.4 Conditional Probability
The probabilities assigned to various events depend on what is known about the
experimental situation when the assignment is made.
Subsequent to the initial assignment, partial information relevant to the outcome
of the experim
2.5 Independence
A and B are independent events if the occurrence or nonoccurrence of one event
has no bearing on the chance that the other will occur.
Definition
Two events A and B are independent if P(A | B) = P(A) and are dependent
otherwise.
The defin
2.2 Axioms, Interpretations, and Properties of Probability
Axioms
Given an experiment and a sample space S, the objective of probability is to
assign to each event A a number P(A), called the probability of the event A,
which will give a precise measure o
2.4 Conditional Probability
The probabilities assigned to various events depend on what is known about the
experimental situation when the assignment is made.
Subsequent to the initial assignment, partial information relevant to the outcome
of the experim
Stat 3470: Introduction to Probability and Statistics for Engineers
2.1 Sample Spaces and Events
An experiment is any activity or process whose outcome is subject to uncertainty.
Although the word experiment generally suggests a planned or carefully
contr
2.3 Counting Techniques
When the various outcomes of an experiment are equally likely (the same
probability is assigned to each simple event), the task of computing probabilities
reduces to counting.
Letting N denote the number of outcomes in a sample spa
2.2 Axioms, Interpretations, and Properties of Probability
Axioms
Given an experiment and a sample space S, the objective of probability is to
assign to each event A a number P(A), called the probability of the event A,
which will give a precise measure o
Stat 3470: Introduction to Probability and Statistics for Engineers
2.1 Sample Spaces and Events
An experiment is any activity or process whose outcome is subject to uncertainty.
Although the word experiment generally suggests a planned or carefully contr
2.5 Independence
A and B are independent events if the occurrence or nonoccurrence of one event
has no bearing on the chance that the other will occur.
Definition
Two events A and B are independent if P(A | B) = P(A) and are dependent
otherwise.
The defin