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Introduction

Introduction

Introduction. Lecture 25 Section 6.1 Wed, Mar 22, 2006. What is Probability?. A coin has a 50% chance of landing heads. What does that mean? The coin will land heads 50% of the time? This is demonstrably false. The coin will land heads approximately 50% of the time?

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Introduction

Introduction

Introduction. Lecture 25 Section 6.1 Thu, Feb 24, 2005. What is Probability?. A coin has a 50% chance of landing heads. What does that mean? The coin will land heads 50% of the time? This is demonstrably false. The coin will land heads approximately 50% of the time?

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Introduction

Introduction

Introduction. Lecture 25 Section 6.1 Wed, Mar 22, 2006. What is Probability?. A coin has a 50% chance of landing heads. What does that mean? The coin will land heads 50% of the time? This is demonstrably false. The coin will land heads approximately 50% of the time?

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