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Probability and Distribution Theory In sampling cases from a population, we speak of the probability of observing a particular value for a given variable, for the ith individual, where i equals 1, 2, . . , n. , 1971). Intuitively, however, the probability of some outcome refers to the relative frequency of its occurrence over an inﬁnite repetition of the conditions that made its observation possible. 5. This means that if we were to toss that coin an inﬁnite number of times, 50% of the outcomes would be heads.
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