C4 Probability: The Study of Randomness


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When are trail independent?
if the outcome of one trial does not influence the outcome of any other trial
sample space S
the set of all possible outcomes of a random phenomenon
continuous random variable
takes all values in an interval of numbers
discrete random variable
has possible values that can be given in an ordered list
law of large numbers
as the number of observations drawn increases, the mean x bar of the observed values eventually approaches the mean µ of the population as closely as you specified and then stays that close