Compound Probability


Definition of "Compound probability"

Charles Sheldrake
Charles Sheldrake Realty One Group

Theory that the probability that two independent events will occur is equal to the probability that one independent event will occur times the probability that a second independent event will occur. For example, on a single toss of two dimes (each dime having a head and a tail), the probability that both will land on their tails is equal to 1/4 (1/2x1/2)

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