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 Amsco Integrated Algebra I: Empirical Probability
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This lesson covers concepts of probability.The probability is defined as the ratio of the number of outcomes favourable to the event divided by the total number of outcomes. E.g. when we toss a coin, we don’t know whether the coin will land with the head side or the tail side facing upward. We can describe this situation saying that the probability of heads is 1/2 and the probability of tails is 1/2 and it can be symbolized as: P (heads) = 1/2 or P (H) = 1/2 v/s P (tails) =1/2 or P (T) = 1/2. In cases of complex situation it may require a large number of trials and observing the outcomes taking scientific approach, and the outcome is empirical probability i.e. the empirical probability is the most accurate scientific estimate, based on large number of trials of the cumulative ralative frequency of an event happening.For example: If a coin is tossed 200 times and records reveal 122 "heads" & 78 "tails", from this experiment the empirical probability of getting head is P(Head) = 122/200 i.e. 0.61 or 61%.
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