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• A '''probability''' is a number representing the likelihood of a random event or an uncertai ...athematical tool intended to formalize this ubiquitous mental process. The probability concept is a part of this theory, and is intended to formalize uncertainty.
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• In [[mathematics|mathematical]] [[probability]] [[equation]]s, which are used in nearly all branches of [[science]], a '' ...ed into two main groups: discrete probability distributions and continuous probability distributions.
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• ...ee levels: [[Discrete probability distribution|discrete probabilities]], [[probability density function]]s, and [[measure theory]]. Conditioning leads to a non-ra ===Conditional probability===
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• A [[probability distribution]] is a mathematical approach to quantifying uncertainty. ...discrete values only (typically the positive integers), while [[continuous probability distribution|continuous distributions]] describe variables that can take o
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• #REDIRECT [[Probability distribution]]
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• <!-- Text is transcluded from the Probability blindness/definition subpage-->
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• ...ility of any event may change. This changed probability is the conditional probability. ...nge. The probability of obtaining a 1, 3 or 5 will go down to 0, while the probability of obtaining a 2, 3 or 6 will go up to 2/6 (or 1/3). These new probabilitie
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• In [[probability theory]], the notion of '''probability space''' Third, the [[probability]] of an event.
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• Is the probability that a given event occurs given the knowledge of some partial information a
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• The human brain's observed inability to make intuitive estimates of the probability of an event, even when presented with all of the relevant evidence
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• ...[[probability theory]] is [[continuous probability distribution|continuous probability distributions]]. ==Intro - probability as logic viewpoint==
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• [http://www.math.uah.edu/stat/ Virtual Laboratories in Probability and Statistics] [http://www.math.uah.edu/stat/prob Probability Spaces]
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• {{r|Probability theory}} {{r|Probability}}
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• * P. Billingsley, ''Probability and Measure'' (2 ed.), ser. Wiley Series in Probability and Mathematical Statistics, Wiley, 1986. * D. Williams, ''Probability with Martingales'', Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, 1991.
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• {{r|Probability theory}} {{r|Conditioning (probability)}}
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• Auto-populated based on [[Special:WhatLinksHere/Discrete probability distribution]]. Needs checking by a human. {{r|Conditioning (probability)}}
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• The [[probability]] that the event occurs divided by the probability that the event does not occur.
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• Auto-populated based on [[Special:WhatLinksHere/Entropy of a probability distribution]]. Needs checking by a human. {{r|Continuous probability distribution}}
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• Auto-populated based on [[Special:WhatLinksHere/Continuous probability distribution]]. Needs checking by a human. {{r|Discrete probability distribution}}
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• ...probability distribution|continuous probability distributions]] assigning probability ...e characteristic of the exponential distribution is that the [[conditional probability|conditional probabilities]] satisfy P(''X''&nbsp;>&nbsp;''x''&nbsp;+&nbsp;'
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• {{r|probability theory}} {{r|conditional probability}}
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• ...ility of any event may change. This changed probability is the conditional probability. ...nge. The probability of obtaining a 1, 3 or 5 will go down to 0, while the probability of obtaining a 2, 3 or 6 will go up to 2/6 (or 1/3). These new probabilitie
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• ...to be independent if the probability of A occurring is not affected by the probability of B occurring and vice versa. Two events are said to be independent if the probability of both events occurring is equal to the multiple of the probabilities of e
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• {{r|Conditioning (probability)}} {{r|Continuous probability distribution}}
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• {{r|Continuous probability distribution}} {{r|Discrete probability distribution}}
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• In [[mathematics|mathematical]] [[probability]] [[equation]]s, which are used in nearly all branches of [[science]], a '' ...ed into two main groups: discrete probability distributions and continuous probability distributions.
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• ...(or the sum of the products of the value of each possible outcome and its probability of occurring).
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• {{r|Convergence in probability}} {{r|Probability}}
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• {{r|Probability}} {{r|Probability distributions}}
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• ...''A'' in terms of the probabilities of ''A'' and ''B'' and the conditional probability of ''A'' given ''B''.
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• #REDIRECT [[Probability space]]
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