## Introduction to mathematical statistics |

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1.4 The Probability Set Function Let j# denote the set of every possible outcome

of a random experiment; that is, s/ is the sample space. It is our purpose to define

a set function P(A) such that if A is a

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1.4 The Probability Set Function Let j# denote the set of every possible outcome

of a random experiment; that is, s/ is the sample space. It is our purpose to define

a set function P(A) such that if A is a

**subset**of si ', then P(A) is the probability that...

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If A is a

the outcome of a random experiment is expressed as an ordered pair of numbers

, we can represent this outcome by the two random variables X and Y. Then the ...

If A is a

**subset**of j/, we would write P(A) = the probability that X e A =Pr(XeA). Ifthe outcome of a random experiment is expressed as an ordered pair of numbers

, we can represent this outcome by the two random variables X and Y. Then the ...

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Conditional Probability and Stochastic Independence 2.1 Conditional Probability

In some random experiments, we are interested only in those outcomes that are

elements of a

Conditional Probability and Stochastic Independence 2.1 Conditional Probability

In some random experiments, we are interested only in those outcomes that are

elements of a

**subset**A1 of the sample space s/. This means that, for our ...### What people are saying - Write a review

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