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Probability

Probability theory is concerned with calculating the probability of an event based on existing knowledge. For example, from considerations of symmetry or observation we can infer that the probability of getting a head on a coin toss is 0.5. We can use this to calculate the probability of getting two heads in succession, or any other combination or permutation of sequences.

Topics in probability include:

 Bayes Theorem Multiplication Rules Complementary Probability Mutually Exclusive Independence Union Intersection Venn Diagram Probability is included in the MiC Quality Advanced Statistics course. Try out our courses by taking the first module of the Primer in Statistics free of charge. [SIX SIGMA GLOSSARY ALPHABETICAL INDEX] [SIX SIGMA GLOSSARY INDEX OF TOPICS] [Top]

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