the probability of an event consisting of n out of m possible equally likely occurrences, defined to be n / mSee also principle of indifference
the study of such probabilities
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Where Did The Word”Pi” Come From?Pi is the Latin name of the sixteenth Greek letter, π. But, where did it come from?
- mathematical expectation,
- mathematical induction,
- mathematical logic,
- mather, cotton
Brit equivalent: classical probability
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