Page 1 CPT Section D, Quantitative Aptitude, Chapter 13 Prof(Dr.) P .R.Vittal Page 2 CPT Section D, Quantitative Aptitude, Chapter 13 Prof(Dr.) P .R.Vittal Page 3 CPT Section D, Quantitative Aptitude, Chapter 13 Prof(Dr.) P .R.Vittal Random experiment Sample space Events Null event (Impossible event) Page 4 CPT Section D, Quantitative Aptitude, Chapter 13 Prof(Dr.) P .R.Vittal Random experiment Sample space Events Null event (Impossible event) 1.Classical probability 2.Statistical definition Modern definition(axiometric approach) Page 5 CPT Section D, Quantitative Aptitude, Chapter 13 Prof(Dr.) P .R.Vittal Random experiment Sample space Events Null event (Impossible event) 1.Classical probability 2.Statistical definition Modern definition(axiometric approach) If all the possible outcomes are equally likely Then the probability of an event A is P(A)=(Number of favourable outcomes)/Total number of outcomes)Read More

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