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[...] can be discrete, finite, infinite, continuous, and so on.
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[...] can be discrete, finite, infinite, continuous, and so on.
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a set (sample space)

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[...] can be discrete, finite, infinite, continuous, and so on.
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a set (sample space)
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Lesson 1. Sample space
MITx Video | 6.041x | Spring 2014 | Video transcript | L01-2: Sample space examples Let us now look at some examples of sample spaces. Sample spaces are sets. And a set can be discrete, finite, infinite, continuous, and so on. Let us start with a simpler case in which we have a sample space that is discrete and finite. The particular experiment we will be looking at is the following. We take a very

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