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

The OP is asking about the probability of winning given that Monty has opened the door that neither player chose. Dilip Sarwate's answer describes the "standard rules" of the two-player game in which …
answered Oct 26 '15 by Lizzie Silver
probability of $y$ heads in a row is $\left ( \frac{1}{2} \right )^{y}$, and the probability of getting tails after that is $\frac{1}{2}$. Thus: $P(Y=y) = \left ( \frac{1}{2} \right )^{(y+1)}$ To calculate … true for $X=0$: both heads have to come up tails on the first flip, and the probability of that occurring is $\frac{1}{4} = (0+1) \cdot \left( \frac{1}{2} \right)^{(0+2)}$. It should be simple to …
answered Oct 13 '14 by Lizzie Silver
The difference is a quantifier. Definition 1 requires dependence in all distributions P, whereas Definition 2 requires dependence in some distribution P. Here's an example where definition 2 holds, …
answered Oct 21 '14 by Lizzie Silver
patient has nicotine-stained fingers, then the probability that that patient has lung cancer would increase. But if I perform a manipulation, and paint the patient's hands yellow, then the probability of …
answered Nov 10 '14 by Lizzie Silver
I second user43748's recommendation of the Hamming Distance. However, this is only useful for comparing structures; the parameterization of the networks will not affect the distance. If you are inter …
answered Nov 6 '14 by Lizzie Silver