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 process that yields an observation experiment observation of the experiment outcome collection of all outcomes sample space a diagram that depicts all possible outcomes for an experiment enclosed in a shape venn diagram a diagram that depicts all possible outcomes of an experiment like branches of a tree tree diagram one and only one of the final outcomes for an experiment simple event collection of more than one outcome for an experiment compound event numerical measure of the likelihood that a specific event will occur probability equally likely outcomes - have same probability of occurrance classical probability often times, different outcomes are not equally likely relative frequency probability probability assigned to event based on subjective judgment, experience, information and belief subjective probability ratio of probability that an event will occur to the probability that this event will not occur odds if an experiment consists of three steps and if the first step can result in m outcomes, the second step in n outcomes, and the third step in k outcomes, then, total outcomes for experiment = m*n*k counting rule probability of a single event without consideration to any other event marginal probability probability that an event will occur given that another event has already occurred conditional probability events that cannot occur together mutually exclusive events occurrences of one event does not affect probability of occurrence of the other independent event complement of A, denoted by A' and read as "A prime" or "A complement", is the event that includes all of the possible outcomes for an experiment which are not included in A Complementary Events