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Chapter 6

Phil-XX1 - Chapter 6 (Textbook + Lectures) Phil-XX1 - Chapter 6 (Textbook + Lectures)

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School
Simon Fraser University
Department
Philosophy
Course
PHIL 105
Professor
J.Katz
Semester
Winter

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Tuesday January 7 2014Chapter 6 TextbookLecturesPhil XX1 Odds the difference in favour of one side and against the otheran outcome with probability ofthe odds are 3 to 1 against winninglarger payoff an outcome with probability ofthe odds are 1 to 3 against winningsmaller payoffStatistically Significant the kind of sample you would expect less than x of the timedependent on sample sizecould indicate an infrequent occurrencecould indicate an incorrect assumptionRatio of Favourable to Possible Outcomescoin tossdice single card 152 suitAce 113 Relative frequency how often events of a certain type occur The Rules of ProbabilityProbability assignments are always conditional on the assumed truth of some such information coin tossheads conditional on fair coin PrhenRule 1 The value n in a sentence of the formPrhenmust be a single real number between 0 and 1 inclusiveRule 2 If h follows deductively from e then Prhe1 1
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