# Which of the following describes a simple event

## Which describes a simple event?

A simple event is one that can only happen in one way – in other words,

**it has a single outcome**.## Which term describes the set of all possible outcomes for a probability event?

The set of all possible outcomes of an experiment is called

**the sample space**. Events are subsets of the sample space, and they are assigned a probability that is a number between zero and one, inclusive.## Which of the following is the best definition of the sample space of a probability event?

The outcome of the experiment is uncertain. …

**The set of all distinct outcomes of the experiment can be specified**and is called the sample space, denoted by S.## What is the result of dividing the number of successful outcomes by the number of possible outcomes?

**The probability of an event**, like rolling an even number, is the number of outcomes that constitute the event divided by the total number of possible outcomes.

## What is an event in probability?

In probability theory, an event is

**an outcome or defined collection of outcomes of a random experiment**. Since the collection of all possible outcomes to a random experiment is called the sample space, another definiton of event is any subset of a sample space.## How do you describe probability?

A probability is a

**number that reflects the chance or likelihood that a particular event will occur**. Probabilities can be expressed as proportions that range from 0 to 1, and they can also be expressed as percentages ranging from 0% to 100%.## Are all simple events in a sample space equally likely?

The sample space is all the possible outcomes, and the event space is the outcomes in the event. In this case, the event is “rolling an even number.” Since the outcomes are

**equally likely**, the probability of the event is the ratio of event space to sample space.## What does it mean when an experiment has a set of events that are collectively exhaustive?

In probability, a set of events is collectively exhaustive

**if they cover all of the probability space**: i.e., the probability of any one of them happening is 100%. If a set of statements is collectively exhaustive we know at least one of them is true.## What does favorable outcome mean?

Favorable Outcome –

**the result that is desired**. e.g. Roll a 4 on a die → 4 is the only favorable outcome.## What is a simple event in a sample space?

If we formulate a set S of outcomes (events) of an experiment in such a way that in each trial of the experiment one and only one of the outcomes (events) in the set will occur, we call the set S a sample space for the experiment. Each element in

**S**is called a simple outcome, or simple event.## What is an independent event probability?

In probability, we say

**two events are independent if knowing one event occurred doesn’t change the probability of the other event**. … So the result of a coin flip and the day being Tuesday are independent events; knowing it was a Tuesday didn’t change the probability of getting “heads.”## What is event give example?

Event is defined as a particular contest which is part of a program of contests. An example of an event is

**the long jump at a school’s field day**. … The definition of an event is something that takes place. An example of an event is the prom dance for a high school.## How do you find a simple event?

The probability of simple events is finding the probability of a single event occurring. When finding the probability of an event occurring, we will use the formula:

**number of favorable outcomes over the number of total outcomes**. After calculating this probability, your answer will need to be in simplest form.## What is a simple event quizlet?

Simple Event.

**An event with a single outcome in its most basic form that cannot be simplified**. An example of a simple event is rolling a five with a single die. Classical Probability.## Which of the following is a combination of simple events?

**A compound event**is the combination of two or more simple events (with two or more outcomes).

## What is simple and compound probability?

**Simple Probability expresses the probability of one event occurring**, and is often visually expressed using coins, dice, marbles, or spinner. Compound Probability describes the chances of more than one separate event occurring, for example, flipping heads on a coin and pulling a 7 from a standard deck of cards.

## What is simple probability?

Simple probability is

**the calculation of an outcome or the chance of an event ever happening**. … A simple probability is calculated by dividing a specific outcome by all the possible outcomes. For instance, when flipping a coin, there are two outcomes: heads or tails.## Is rolling a dice a simple event?

A simple event is

**an event with only one outcome**. Rolling a 1 would be a simple event, because there is only one outcome that works—1! … For example, in rolling one six-sided die, rolling an even number could occur with one of three outcomes: 2, 4, and 6.## Are simple events mutually exclusive?

It will be either { H } for the first coin and { T } for the second one. Such events have only one point in the sample space and are known as the “Simple Events”.

**Two simple events are always mutually exclusive**.## Which events are compound events?

**If an event has more than one sample point**, it is termed as a compound event. The compound events are a little more complex than simple events. These events involve the probability of more than one event occurring together. The total probability of all the outcomes of a compound event is equal to 1.

## Is rolling two dice a simple event?

Suppose two dice are rolled simultaneously, then the pair (1, 1) will be the

**simple event**. This is so, because it is a single outcome in the sample space. … These outcomes are (HH), (HT) and (TH) and this is said to be as compound event.## What is a joint event?

Joint probability is

**a measure of two events happening at the same time**, and can only be applied to situations where more than one observation can occur at the same time.## What is an example of a compound event?

For example, it

**may rain is one possible outcome**, it may not is another, it might snow and so on. So we may have many possible outcomes and those events will form a compound event.