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# Introductory Probability Concepts Explained

Here are some introductory probability concepts:

Discrete Models

Discrete Uniform Distribution: In a set of integer values that occur in the same frequency, all the integers 1 through k(where k is the last integer in the set) must occur with equal probability. This is known as Discrete Uniform Distribution.

Continuous Models: Is a type of probability distribution where a given random variable x can take on any value. It is due to this property that the label 'continuous' is used to describe this distribution.

Conditional Probability:

Probability Axioms: