"Probability Explained by Guardsmen, Henry and George"
By lalaman, Updated
For Probability and Statistics
Probability Explained by Guardsmen, Henry and George
Now, I'm go'n to be real 'asteful 'ere and cut you off before you say anyting, 'cause we don't 'ave enough panels in this comic to explain e'eryting 'bout probabi'ity. Now listen, George!
Now, there are two tings called disjoint and o'erlapping events. 'Ere, disjoint events are the kind that 'appen and the outcomes show that the two 'ave no re'evance wit each other.
Why are we ta'king 'bout this?
Unlike disjoint events, o'erlapping events are the kind that "o'erlap" each other and they bote share some re'evance.
An indepe'ent event doe'n't need anyting to 'appen before it for it to occur i'self, like wit a depe'ent event which relies on ano'er event to occur before it does so i'self. Do you u'erstand, George? And sam'le spaces. . .
Now, sam'le spaces
'Enry, your speech bu'le is in me face!!!
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