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The __________ reasoning method is called exact reasoning
Deductive
Inductive reasoning can be used to guarantee the truth of the conclusion (true/false)
False
An ____________ error occurs when something can be interpreted in more than one way
Ambiguous
An incorrectness type of error occurs when information is _________.
wrong
_____________ corresponds to the truth, while _______________ corresponds to how well the truth is known
Accuracy, Precision
A systematic error is introduced because of ________
Bias
Classical probability is also called _________ probability
Priori
The set of all possible sample points make up the ___________________.
Sample Space
When repeated trials give exactly the same result, the system is called ________________.
Deterministic
A ________ event has one element, whereas, a ____________ event has more than one element
Simple, Compound
Statistics is concerned with analyzing data about ______________.
Populations
An impossible event has a probability of ___.
Zero
A certain even has a probability of ____.
One
Experimental Probability
Defines the probability of an event E as the limit of a frequency distribution.
If you were to be asked the cost of a college education by the year 2050, and you respond with an answer of $1,000,000, you are using ____________ probability.
Subjective
The probability of two independent events occurring is the _______ of their individual probabilities.
Sum
To find the probability of an earlier event given that a later one occurred, you would use _______ theorem
Bias
A _________ belief means that no matter how remote the hypothesis cannot be ruled out.
Possible
A ___________ belief means that there is some evidence favoring the hypothesis but not enough to prove it.
Probable.
Accuracy
Corresponds to the truth
Classical Probability
A Priori probability dealing with ideal systems that do not become worn out
Deterministic
Repeated trials give exactly the same results
Experimental Probability
Defines the probability of an event as a limit of frequency distribution
Independent events
Events that do not affect each other
Plausible belief
More than a possibility exists
Precision
How well the truth is known
Sample point
The result of a trial
Sample space
Set of all possible sample points
Uncertainty
Lack of adequate information to make a decision
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