Random Experiments

  • Random Experiment: An experiment whose outcome cannot be predicted with certainty is called a random experiment.
  • Sample space: The set of all possible outcomes
  • Sample points: Elements of sample space
  • Sample space S plays the same role as the universal set for all problem related to the particular experiment.

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