CRC standard probability and statistics tables and formulae by Daniel Zwillinger

By Daniel Zwillinger

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An event is any collection of outcomes con­ tained in the sample space. A simple event consists of exactly one outcome and a compound event consists of more than one outcome . 1 Relative frequency concept of probability Suppose an experiment is conducted n identical and independent times and is the number of times the event A occurs . The quotient n (A)/n is the relative frequency of occurrence of the event A. As n incrcaH8s, the relative n(A) 24 CHAPTER 3. ive frequency of the event A. he event A, Prob [A], is this limiting relative frequency.

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