General principles of the probability calculus
Part of the Sources in the History of Mathematics and Physical Sciences book series (SOURCES, volume 13)
The first of these principles is the very definition of probability, which, as we have seen, is the ratio of the number of favourable cases to that of all possible cases .
KeywordsSimple Event Future Event Past Event Favourable Case White Ball
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