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Systems/graphics designer and perpetual student. See more on the blog.


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revised Limit of generalized principle of inclusion-exclusion
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comment Limit of generalized principle of inclusion-exclusion
@awkward Thanks for the simple expression. That should be much better to grasp. Can you please point me to some explanation of how I can arrive at this expression?
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comment Limit of generalized principle of inclusion-exclusion
Hnn, alright but then, given these two assumptions, is it possible to simplify the above rule a bit?
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comment Limit of generalized principle of inclusion-exclusion
Also, actually, in my case, $P(A_i) = P(A_j)$ for all $i, j$ does hold. So does $P(A_i) < 1$. Specifically, I have $P(A_i) = \frac{1}{c+1}$ where $c$ is a constant.
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comment Limit of generalized principle of inclusion-exclusion
Hnn, I see your point. So, in general, what does the probability approach?
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comment Why is this reasoning about probability invalid?
Apologies. Thanks for the edit.
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comment Why is this reasoning about probability invalid?
This one is a very clear answer and is good for explaining stuff to beginners. Thanks .
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comment Why is this reasoning about probability invalid?
Thanks. I had trouble understanding your answer at first but after a couple of reads, it's clear.
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