The _______ ______ for a procedure consists of all possible simple events or all outcomes that cannot be broken down any further. |
Sample space |

The classical approach to probability requires that the outcomes are ____ _____. |
Equally likely |

A procedure is repeated again and again, the relative frequency of an event tends to approach the actual probability. This is known as _____ _____. |
The law of large numbers |

When using the ______ ____ always be careful to avoid double-counting outcomes. |
Addition rule |

Events that are ____ cannot occur at the same time. |
Disjoint |

________ indicates the probability that in a single trial, event A occurs, event B occurs, or they both occur. |
P(A or B) |

A _______ _____ is any event combining two or more simple events. |
Compound event |

Which word is associated with multiplication when computing probabilities? |
And |

A picture of line segments branching out from one starting point illustrating the possible outcomes of a procedure is called a ______ ______. |
Tree diagram |

Two events A and B are _________ if the occurrence of one does not affect the probability of the occurrence of the other. |
Independent |

Selections made with replacement are considered to be _________. |
Independent |

"At least one" is equivalent to "_____ __ _____." |
One or more |

The complement of "at least one" is "_____." |
None |

A _______ probability of an event is a probability obtained with knowledge that some other event has already occurred. |
Conditional |

Any collection of results or outcomes of a procedure |
Event |

An outcome or an event that cannot be further broken down into simpler components |
Simple Event |

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