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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.

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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.

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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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