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1.Define *probability. *Explain in your own words the meaning and significance of Bernoulli’s theorem (law of large numbers). Give some examples of an application of the law. How might you teach the concept to a class?

2.Describe the difference between the probability of two mutually exclusive events, two complementary events, and two events that are not mutually exclusive. Give examples of each.

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Probability is defined as the chance or likelihood of an event happening (Khan, n.d). This

phenomenon is obtained by dividing the possible options over the total number of options. For

example, a person can calculate the probability of winning the stated amount after buying lottery

tickets. Among the concepts that have emerged in the concepts of probability is Bernoulli’s

theorem. Attributed to Daniel Bernoulli, this theorem states that the speed of the moving fluid

increases as the pressure of that is within the fluid decreases. S...

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