Ki-lu̍t

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Ki-lu̍t (機率; Eng-bûn: probability) sī chhek-liông sū-kiāⁿ hoat-seng ê khó-lêng-sèng.[1] Ki-lu̍t ê sò͘-ta̍t kài-î 0 kap 1 chi-kan (0 tāi-piáu bô-khó-lêng, 1 tāi-piáu khak-tēng).[2][3] Ki-lu̍t lú koân ê sū-kiāⁿ, lú ū khó-lêng ē hoat-seng. Siōng-kài chia̍p-khòaⁿ koh kán-tan ê ki-lu̍t būn-tê chiū sī phiaⁿ gîn-kak-á: chiàⁿ-bīn hiòng-siōng kap hiòng-hā nn̄g khoán kiat-kó ê ki-lu̍t sio-siāng, nn̄g khoán chōng-hóng ê ki-lu̍t lóng sī 1/2, iā chiū sī chiàⁿ-bīn hiòng-siōng kap hiòng-hā ê ki-lu̍t kok-chū ū 50%.

Chham-khó[siu-kái | kái goân-sú-bé]

  1. "Probability". Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary. G & C Merriam, 1913
  2. "Kendall's Advanced Theory of Statistics, Volume 1: Distribution Theory", Alan Stuart and Keith Ord, 6th Ed, (2009), ISBN 9780534243128
  3. William Feller, "An Introduction to Probability Theory and Its Applications", (Vol 1), 3rd Ed, (1968),Wiley ,ISBN 0-471-25708-7
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