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Probability and Statistics

Probability and Statistics

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Example 1

You roll two dice. What is the probability of getting 2 on the first die or 3 on the second die?

Example 2

Let A be the event of rolling 4 on a die. What's the probability of not rolling 4?

Example 3

Bernard has a weighted coin. We thought he seemed shady. His coin lands heads up with probability . What is the probability his coin lands tails up?

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