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Probability is empirical. T/f
If A and B are independent then their complements are ______
Probability that one or the other of two events will occur because they’re disjoint.
Multiplication rule only applies to ________ events
If two events have no outcomes in common, the probability that one or the other occurs is the ___ of their individual probability.
mathematical description of a random phenomenon consisting of two parts: a sample space (S) and a way of assigning probabilities to events.
When you put the cards back into the deck
The sum of all probabilities must be equal to _.
Graph that shows if events are disjoint or intersecting.
Probability event doesn’t occur= (answer in words
set of all possible outcomes
In a and b
The probability that an event doesn’t occur is _____ the probability the event does occur.
Probability is based on observation, not theorizing.
Any probability is between ___and____
P(A^C) = 1 - P(A) is the _____ rule
Probability is ____ term frequency.
Begins with a point and draws a line to each possible outcome.
P(A _ B) = P(A) x P(B). ________rule
Probability must add up to ____
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P(A ____ B)=P(A) + P(B) _______ rule and for ______events only
An event with no outcomes. Uses the sign Ø.
When you leave the cards out of the deck.
In a or b
A^c is the outcomes that aren’t in A
If something has two sides to something it _______ mean there is a 50% probability of it happening.
Probability the event doesn’t occur
Two events A and B are independent if knowing that one occurs doesn’t change the chance the other will occur then you multiply the two to figure out the probability.
When one outcome doesn’t affect the next outcome.
If two events have nothing in common so they can’t occur simultaneuosly
any outcome or set of outcomes of a random phenomenon, subset of the sample space.
P(A) = (count of outcomes in a) / (count of outcomes in s) = (count of outcomes in A) / k.
The branch of government that describes random behavior.
Chance behavior is _______ in the short run but has a _______ pattern in the long run.
Has outcomes that can’t be predicted but nonetheless has a regular distribution in many repititions.
If you can do a task in n1 number of ways and a second task in n2 number of ways, then both tasks can be done in n1 x n2 number of ways.
Probability has to be greater or equal to ___ and less than ____
Any outcome of a phenomenon where the proportion of times the outcome would occur with a lot of repitions.
Consists of sample space S and an assignment of probabilities.
When individual outcomes are uncertain but there is a regular distribution over a large amount of outcomes.

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