# Questions tagged [kolmogorov-axioms]

Constitute Kolmogorov's mathematical definition of a probability space. It is a triplet $(\Omega, \mathcal F, P)$ where $P$ has to satisfy three axioms: non-negativity, adding to one, and countable addivity.

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### Axiomatized formal foundation of statistics

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### How to prove $P(\emptyset)=0$ from the axioms of probability?

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