Description: The concept of probability quantifies the likelihood of an event occurring, providing a measure of uncertainty in outcomes & Ex.9.1

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Description: The addition theorem for two events calculates the probability of either event occurring by summing their individual probabilities and subtracting their intersection & Ex.9.2

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Description: Conditional probability assesses the likelihood of an event occurring given that another event has already happened, providing insights into dependent occurrences & Ex.9.3

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Description: Bayes' Theorem calculates the probability of an event based on prior knowledge or conditions, incorporating new evidence to refine predictions & Ex. 9.4

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