E(Nr), or expected number of occurrences of a word made of nr proper letters, is the ratio of the number of "favorable cases" to the total number of "cases... ESP After Sixty Years - Page 357by J. B. Rhine - 1966 - 463 pagesFull view - About this book
| Henry Burchard Fine - Algebra - 1904 - 595 pages
...and the ways in which it can fail the unfavorable cases, we say : The probability or chance of the **event is the ratio of the number of favorable cases to the** entire number of possible cásea, favorable and unfavorable. Hence if m denote the number of possible... | |
| Henry Burchard Fine - Algebra - 1904 - 595 pages
...and the ways in which it can fail the unfavorable cases, we say : The probability or chance of the **event is the ratio of the number of favorable cases to the** entire number of possible cases, favorable and unfavorable. Hence if m denote the number of possible... | |
| Richard A. Epstein - Mathematics - 1995 - 450 pages
...theory considers the mutually exclusive, exhaustive cases. The probability of an event is defined as **the ratio of the number of favorable cases to the total number of** possible cases. A weakness of the classical theory lies in its complete dependence upon a priori analysis.... | |
| Mario Bunge - Social Science - 1996 - 432 pages
...refutationists hold that they are damning. The former think of the degree of confirmation of a hypothesis as **the ratio of the number of favorable cases to the total number of cases.** (And because of the analogy between this ratio and Laplace's definition of probability, they tend to... | |
| Oswald Jacoby, William H. Benson - Science - 1996 - 191 pages
...probabilities as previously computed: '^652 + 8%652 = 10%652 = %«. PERMUTATIONS AND COMBINATIONS pressed as a **ratio of the number of favorable cases to the total number of** possible cases. This is not always as easy as it sounds. The calculation of the number of cases, in... | |
| Brian Everitt - Mathematics - 1999 - 202 pages
...states that the six sides of a die are equally likely, if the die is honest, and introduces chance as **the ratio of the number of favorable cases to the total number of** equally possible cases. The following passage illustrates Cardano 's understanding: One half the total... | |
| Anders Hald - Mathematics - 2003 - 586 pages
...mutually exclusive and equally likely (probable) so that the probability of success may be found as **the ratio of the number of favorable cases to the total number of cases.** Of course, such calculation of the probability presumes an idealized chance mechanism that can only... | |
| Bernard D'Espagnat - Science - 2003 - 474 pages
...is, say, -1 (in the same units) is of course 1/2 since it is by definition (the limit N -» oo of) **the ratio of the number of favorable cases to the total number** N of elements in the considered ensemble, and, for symmetry reasons, the probabilities of the two possible... | |
| J.E. Roeckelein - Psychology - 2006 - 692 pages
...approach (eg, "It will probably rain today"), the formal mathematical approach (eg, "The probability **of an event is the ratio of the number of favorable cases to the total number of** equally likely cases"), and the empirical relative-frequency approach (eg, "A population of events... | |
| Ronald R. Yager, Liping Liu - Mathematics - 2008 - 806 pages
...short of our conception of numerical probability: he does not anticipate Bernoulli by singling out **the ratio of the number of favorable cases to the total number of cases** and assigning the name probability to this ratio. Looking backwards, it seems remarkable that Pascal... | |
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