Probability. Laws of Chance. Language of Uncertainty. “The scientific interpretation of chance begins when we introduce probability.” -- David Ruelle. Probability. The notion of chance has existed for centuries. Egyptian tombs from around 2000 B.C.
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“The scientific interpretation of chance
begins when we introduce probability.”
-- David Ruelle
P(A) = m / n
(so q=1-p is the probability of failure)
P(x) = • px•qn-x
(n - x )! x!
Probability of x successes among n trials for any one particular order
outcomes with exactly x successes among n trials