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I have to talk about conditional probability, Bayes theorem and law of large numbers. It is a talk for students who are not pure mathematicians, then it is in a simple way.

I have prepared some activities, for example to the law of large numbers, an activity with the function ALEATORIO.ENTRE(x;y) in Excel (this function makes "random" integers between $x$ and $y$), to simulate rolling a dice and calculate the frecuency probability approaches the theoretical probability.

Also, I have some videos (in Spanish) on the subject (history and short "games").

Any other ideas? References?

Thank you very much.

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while "aleatory" is a word in English, I believe the word you're looking for is "random". – Robert Mastragostino Oct 25 '12 at 15:41
@Robert, you are right, sorry for my English. – Hiperion Oct 25 '12 at 15:43
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You might take a look at for a nice application of conditional probabilities.

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Thank you very much :) – Hiperion Oct 25 '12 at 16:02

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