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NUMBER

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20

SQUARED
NUMBER
1
4
9
16
25
36
49
64
81
100
121
144
169
196
225
256
289
324
361
400

CUBED
NUMBER
1
2
27
64
125
216
343
512
729
1000
1331
1728
2197
2744
3375
4096
4913
5832
6859
8000

RULES OF
PROBABILITY
EVENT

SET
LANGUAGE

A
is
the
complement
to
The
complement the set A, i.e.,
the
set
of
of A is
denoted by A. elements that do
not belong to the
set A.
A
B
is
the
intersection
of
The
the sets A and B,
intersection of i.e., the set of
A and B:
elements
that
belong to both
A
B
the set A and the
set B.

VENN
DIAGRAM

PROBABILITY
RESULT
U

p(A)
is
the
probability that
event A does
not occur.

U
A
B
A
B

p(A) = 1 p(A)

p(A

B)

is
the
probability that
both A and B
occur.

RULES OF
PROBABILITY
EVENT
The union of
events A and
B:
A

SET
LANGUAGE
A
B is the
union of the sets
A and B, i.e., the
set of elements
that belong to A
or B or both A
and B.

VENN
DIAGRAM

PROBABILITY
RESULT
U

A
B
A
B

If A
B=
A
B =
the events A the sets A and B
mutually
and B are said are
A
exclusive.
to be disjoint.
That is, they
have no
A
elements in
Addition
Rule: p(A
B) = p(A) + p(B) p(A
common.

p(A

B)

is the probability
that either event A
or event B (or both)
occur. From this we
have the Addition
Rule for probability.
If A and B are
U mutually exclusive
events then event A
and event B cannot
occur
B
simultaneously, i.e,
n(A
B) = 0
B=
p(A
B) = 0
B)

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