Chapter 1
Introduction to Probability
Definition 1.0.1. An experiment is a procedure we perform (quite often hypothetical) that
produces some result.
Definition 1.0.2. An outcome is a possible result
Chapter 5
Limits Theorem
The most important theoretical results in probability theory are limit theorems. Of these, the
most important are Laws of large numbers and Central limit theorems.
Definition
Practice Set-3
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Chapter 3
Continuous Random Variable
Definition 3.0.74. X is a continuous random variable if there exists a nonnegative function
f , defined for all real x R, having the property that, for any set B o