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A probability provides a quantitative description of the likely occurrence of a particular event.

If I randomize time points $$T=\{266.14646, 107.28526, 108.89631, 593.03129,\\ 118.10284, 425.60470, 39.02817, 291.90210\}$$ into two groups of equal size, then what is the probability that $T_i …$ (the $i$-th time point) will be the 3rd order statistic of the second group? Given that $T_i$ follows an exponential with rate $\lambda_i$. I am getting confused to calculate this probability. Especially with what should be the probability that $T_i$ is the 3rd largest value of the 2nd group. …
asked Jan 18 '13 by Blain Waan
Suppose we have 10 patients among whom 4 readmit and 2 get censored. Then what is the probability of readmission of these patients? My intuition tells me it should be 0.5, because I couldn't observe … what would happen to the censored patients if they did not get censored. So, I should exclude them from the denominator while calculating the probability with which the patients readmit? …
asked Jan 13 '15 by Blain Waan
sequences of realizations of a random variable, and more precisely, the set of these infinite sequences. It states that the set of imbalanced sequences has probability 0 in a sense that generalizes …
answered Jan 30 '13 by Blain Waan
Let me discuss these answers stepwise. These problems should be thought in a two step process. You can easily realize that two humans can not be treated alike as can be the colors (red, orange etc.). …
answered Oct 23 '12 by Blain Waan
I am doing a research work which needs a probability calculation. I'll be grateful if the community cross validates the formula that I have derived using the idea of binary strings and following a … that may or may not have tied observations. This time I want to calculate the probability that $x_i$ will be allocated to treatment B1. So, here is my generalization: After we sort the data in R, let …
I am dealing with an interesting probability problem. I had $16$ subjects randomly divided into $4$ different rooms, each room having $4$ seats. The subjects were given a question to solve. We knew … next task. I want to find out the probability that the subject having the 5th ordered solving time was the $1st$ solver of the $1st$ room or the $2nd$ solver of the $2nd$ room or the $1st$ solver of …
. I am struggling to calculate: $$\mathbb{P}(X<C)=\int_0^{3.5}\int_0^{c}f_X(x)dxf_C(c)dc+\int_0^{3.5}\int_1^{c}f_X(x)dxf_C(c)dc$$ since for group 2, $X$ is dependent on $T$. Can someone help me find out the probability? …