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 Sep30 comment How do we identify a probability problem as a conditional probability problem? @DilipSarwate minor math latex error Sep30 revised Craps game probability rolled back to a previous revision Sep30 revised Craps game probability deleted 69 characters in body Sep30 revised Craps game probability added 133 characters in body Sep30 comment How do we identify a probability problem as a conditional probability problem? @DilipSarwate if they had used the keyword "Given" it would've been much easier, but here it doesn't use the keyword "Given". What other clues should i look for? Sep30 answered Craps game probability Sep30 asked How do we identify a probability problem as a conditional probability problem? Sep24 comment Solving an equation with three quadratic radicals in the set of real numbers 2 seems to work... Sep24 comment Probability in flipping a coin @did the answer is accepted, when i unaccepted the answer, I added questions in the comment beneath the answer, and Jean provided answers to my questions, so i reaccepted his answer. Sep23 comment Confusion on the meaning of confidence interval it seems quite reasonable that they would "cancel" out because sometime we'd get a sample mean higher than the true mean sometimes lower, but is there a formal explanation as to how they cancel(usually should be some proof or explanation) for this, if not "convenient", cancellation. Sep22 revised Confusion on the meaning of confidence interval edited title Sep22 comment Confusion on the meaning of confidence interval i see, you want to be precise. but can you explain why is the area under the curve to the left of 72.1 is less than the area under the curve to the right of 72.1 in the graph above? Sep22 revised Confusion on the meaning of confidence interval added 2 characters in body Sep22 comment Confusion on the meaning of confidence interval but why is the area under the curve to the left of 72.1 less than the area under the curve to the right of 72.1 in the graph above? Sep22 comment Confusion on the meaning of confidence interval we should be able to assume the distribution is normal because of Central Limit Theorem, and in this case $n$ >30 Sep22 revised Confusion on the meaning of confidence interval edited body Sep22 revised Confusion on the meaning of confidence interval edited title Sep22 revised Confusion on the meaning of confidence interval edited title Sep22 asked Confusion on the meaning of confidence interval Sep22 revised General Addition Rule for Probability extended to 4 events? deleted 2 characters in body