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the likeliness of a given event occurring

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It would be possible to overlook this element of value judgement if the topic of probability were left at being able to give acceptable answers to questions about the three forms of probability.
This problem illustrates again the calculation of conditional probability.
Post hoc Tukey HSD comparisons indicated that rates of delay discounting differed from one another at every probability.
One may have reasons from beyond science, for example, to believe that the sex of one's next child will be predictable (or even designed) from God's perspective, while still accepting that from a scientific perspective such individual events are nondesigned and random, predictable only in the aggregate by the laws of probability.
Therefore tests results have to be assumed with certain risk, with probability.
This increasing trend in the number of tests ordered is obvious in the results as one moves from scenario 1 of low pre-test probability to scenario 3 of high pre-test probability.
2) One would think that mathematicians since De Morgan's day would have been content to accept this subjective definition of probability (or at least ignore the question altogether), since it had no bearing whatsoever on the mathematics of probability.
This meant the chances of hitting a rectangle increased with its size-it was simply easier to strike a bigger target, and participants gradually learned the link between rectangle size and probability.
The P value is an example of a frequentist probability.
The item added to the logistic conceptualization of the inevitable involvement in the process of induction of individual-assessor as a transforming mechanism of information, led to a more general subjective (personalist) definition of probability.
It is also apparent from Exhibit 1 that there is a lower limit to the break-even probability.
Keeping the probabilities for high, moderate, and low interoperability at the estimated levels of 60 percent, 30 percent, and 10 percent, respectively, the probabilities for high functionality are set from 0 percent to 100 percent, and the probability adjusted financial impact is determined for each probability.
To facilitate learning of probability for general genetics, we developed hands-on activities in which students in small groups actively and cooperatively learn probability.
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