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N}. 4 states that the probability of the union of n events equals the sum of the probabilities of these events taken one at a time, minus the sum of the probabilities of these events taken two at a time, plus the sum of the probabilities of these events taken three at a time, and so on. Remarks. 1. 4, note ﬁrst that if an outcome of the sample space is not a member of any of the sets Ei , then its probability does not contribute anything to either side of the equality. Now, suppose that an outcome is in exactly m of the events Ei , where m > 0.
40)! 20 2 (20)! ]2 (40)! To determine P2i , the probability that there are 2i offensive–defensive pairs, we ﬁrst 2 20 ways of selecting the 2i offensive players and the 2i defennote that there are 2i sive players who are to be in the offensive–defensive pairs. These 4i players can then 40 Chapter 2 Axioms of Probability be paired up into (2i)! possible offensive–defensive pairs. ) As the remaining 20 − 2i offensive (and defensive) players must be paired among themselves, it follows that there are 2 20 2i (2i)!
16. A student has to sell 2 books from a collection of 6 math, 7 science, and 4 economics books. How many choices are possible if (a) both books are to be on the same subject? (b) the books are to be on different subjects? 17. Seven different gifts are to be distributed among 10 children. How many distinct results are possible if no child is to receive more than one gift? 18. A committee of 7, consisting of 2 Republicans, 2 Democrats, and 3 Independents, is to be chosen from a group of 5 Republicans, 6 Democrats, and 4 Independents.