In Classical Probability Theory, if n(A) is the number of events belonging to event A and n(S) is the total number of outcomes, what is the probability of event A?
Sample Space is defined as :
Sample point is defined as :
Permutation is defined as number of Ordered arrangements of elements
Combination is defined as number of arrangements or elements regardless of the order
According to De Morgan's law:
( A Union B)' =
In set theory:
P (A Union B) =
Bayes theorem is used for :
P (A | B) is defined as:
Binomial probability function is used when there are :
Following information is known about a class:
The class contain 10 students.
A student can either be senior or junior (not both)
A senior student has 5 times more chances to win the game than a junior student.
What is the probability that the next time is win by junior student?
if there are "n" possible outcomes, then sum of all probabilites of "n" possible outcomes will be :
If two events cannot occur together, then they are known as :
if events A and B are independent, then :
If A and B are mutually exclusive then,
P ( A ) = P ( A intersection B ) + P ( A intersection B' ) is known as