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5 UNIFORM PROBABILITY 23 MODELS A reasonable probability model for throwing a die or tossing a coin is frequently obtained by assigning equal probability to all simple events. In general, if all simple events are assigned the same probability, we say that the probability model is uniform. 3. Surprisingly, such models, which are of course realistic only if the simple results of the experiment tend to occur about equally often, are appropriate in a great many interesting and important cases. We shall in the next chapter take up applications of the uniform model to sampling theory, and in later chapters to genetics, quality control, and the design of scientific experiments.
We shall be working here within the mathematical model, with definitions as precise and proofs as rigorous as those of plane geometry or any other branch of pure mathematics, but we shall keep the random experiment in view as motivation for definitions and proofs. " These two results are said to be complements, or complementary to one another. For example, the complement of the result that a three-child family has at least one boy is that all three children are girls. Again, if X is the number of points showing when a die is thrown, the results "X is even" and "X is odd" are complementary.
To answer this question, notice that the result "R or 5" occurs whenever the experiment yields one of the simple results of R or of S or both. Therefore the event in the model corresponding to "R or S" will consist of those simple events belonging to E or to F or both. 6] THE ALGEBRA OF EVENTS 31 spends to the result S consisting of the simple results r2, r4, r6, r7. Here " R or S" will occur whenever the experiment yields one of the simple results r1, r2, r3, r4, r6, r7. The composite event corresponding to "R or S" consists therefore of the simple events e1, e2, e3, e4, e6, e7.