By F.M. Dekking, C. Kraaikamp, H.P. Lopuhaä, L.E. Meester

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1 2 3 4 5 a Fig. 1. Probability mass function and distribution function of M . 3 The Bernoulli and binomial distributions 45 We end this section with three properties of the distribution function F of a random variable X: 1. For a ≤ b one has that F (a) ≤ F (b). This property is an immediate consequence of the fact that a ≤ b implies that the event {X ≤ a} is contained in the event {X ≤ b}. 2. Since F (a) is a probability, the value of the distribution function is always between 0 and 1.

What is the probability that the series ends on the next Sunday? 1 The sample space is Ω = {1234, 1243, 1324, 1342, . , 4321}. The best way to count its elements is by noting that for each of the 6 outcomes of the threeenvelope experiment we can put a fourth envelope in any of 4 positions. Hence Ω has 4 · 6 = 24 elements. 2 The statement “It is certainly not true that neither John nor Mary is to blame” corresponds to the event (J c ∩ M c )c . The statement “John or Mary is to blame, or both” corresponds to the event J ∪ M .

A. Compute P(W | R) and P(W | Rc ). b. Compute P(W ) using the law of total probability. 15 Two independent events A and B are given, and P(B | A ∪ B) = 2/3, P(A | B) = 1/2. What is P(B)? 16 You are diagnosed with an uncommon disease. You know that there only is a 1% chance of getting it. 95. a. Given that you test positive, what is the probability that you really have the disease? b. You obtain a second opinion: an independent repetition of the test. You test positive again. Given this, what is the probability that you really have the disease?

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