Imagine I have a regular balanced dice and i roll it once. It is assumed that the probability of any number (1-6) is 1/6. However, isn't this just an illusion we are feeding ourselves for our lack of ...
Is there a probability interpretation that only allows for probabilities in $\left[0,1\right]\cap\Bbb Q$?
Are there probability interpretations that only allow for probabilities that are members of the set $$\left[0,1\right]\cap\Bbb Q?$$ Related, but distinct: Allowed probabilities under frequentism.
Am I right to assume that under the frequentist interpretation of probability,* the set of allowed probabilities isn't $$\left[0,1\right],$$ but rather is ...
If you pick a number $x$ randomly from $[0,100]$, we would naturally say that the probability of $x>50$ is $1/2$, right? This is because we assumed that randomly meant that the experiment was to ...
As we know, probability is a measure of events. However, is it an objectively attribute of events, or just an illusion in ones' mind? For example, suppose that there is an empty black box with an ...
I'm not a logician, so I apologize if what follows translates to nonsense. I would like to try to define a different theory of random choice. I hesitate to call it probability theory because I do not ...
Any clever-cloggs out there who can explain the formula below in more simple English please? - Do you agree with the formula?