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Thus, if a point is chosen at random from the interval (a, b), the probability that it lies in the interval (c, d), a s c < d S b, is (d-c)f(b-a). Moreover, the probability that the randomly selected point lies in any interval of length (d - c) is the same. We present some examples. Example 6. A point is picked "at random" from a unit square. Let n = { (x, y) : 0 s x s 1, 0 :<:: y :<:: I } It is clear that all rectangles and their unions must be in . 0 ) ------.. ;... l. A= {(x,y): 0 :S x :S �.

And !. are not independent. Now consider families with three children. Assuming that each of the eight pos sible gender distributions is equally likely, we have P(E) = �. P(F) = i. and i. P(EF) = so that E and F are independent. An obvious extension of the concept of independence between two events A and B to a given collection 11 of events is to require that any two distinct events in 11 be independent. Definition 2. Let 11 be a family of events from S. We say that the events U are painvise independent if and only if for every pair of distinct events A, B E 11, P(AB) = PA PB.

L. A= {(x,y): 0 :S x :S �. � :S y :S I}. S; so, too, should be all circles in the unit square, since the area of a circle is also well defined. Indeed, every set that has a well-defined area has to be inS. We choose S = �2. the Borel a -field generated by rectangles in Q. As for the probability assignment, if A E S, we assign P A to A, where PA is the area of the set A. If A = ( 1, {(x, y): 0 :::; x :::; �.! 1) and radius ! , then P B :::; y = rr :::; l}, then (! -If B is a circle with center = rr I4.