This problem aims to build our understanding of random events and their predictable outputs. The concepts behind this problem are primarily associated with a probability and probability distribution. We can define probability as a way to indicate the occurrence of an unanticipated event, and the probability can be between zero and one. It estimates the […]

# Category Archives: Probability Q&A

Show that: [ boldsymbol{ P(A) = frac{ 1 – b – a }{ 1 – b } }] Read moreIn how many different orders can five runners finish a race if no ties are allowed?The aim of this question is to develop understanding of some of the basic probability and set theory properties for deriving […]

How many international students would you expect to find in a typical cluster? With what standard deviation? This question aims to find the expected number of international students in a typical cluster along with their standard deviation. Take into consideration what a random variable is: a collection of numerical values resulting from a random process. […]

– Develop a probability model for the amount you win. – Find the expected amount you win. Read moreIn how many different orders can five runners finish a race if no ties are allowed?This problem aims to find the probability of getting a particular number, say $6$, by rolling a dice and creating a probability […]

This question aims to find the joint and conditional probabilities. Probability is a measure of the likelihood that an event will occur. Many events are not able to predicted with absolute certainty. We can only expect the probability of an event, i.e., how likely it is to occur, using it. Probability ranges from 0 to 1, where 0 means […]