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Basic Probability
Discrete Distributions
Continuous Distributions
Multivariate Distributions
Sampling Theorems
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Implications of the Probability Axioms

You may think that there are several familiar properties of probability that are not covered by the probability axioms, such as:
  • The chance that nothing happens is zero
  • All probabilities are between zero and one
This is because all of these rules are direct consequences of the probability axioms. In general, it is preferable to have as few axioms as possible, because adding
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