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# What are the 3 types of probability?

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Mia Tremblay

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Saad

the three types of probability are **Theoretical Probability**, **Empirical Probability**, and **Subjective Probability**.

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Godwin Boateng

**Theoretical Probability, Experimental Probability and ** **Axiomatic Probability**.

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Mahi Patel

Theoretical, experimental and subjective

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Ade Adewumi

Theoretical Probability

**Experimental (Empirical) Probability**

Subjective Probability

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Trudy Carter-Fox

theoretical, experimental and axiomatic

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Lydia Doye

The three types of probability are: theoretical, experimental and axiomatic.

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Sharolyn

impossible, certain, unsure

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Mikaela Gjika

Theoretical Probability.

Experimental Probability.

Axiomatic Probability.

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**There are three major types of probabilities:**

- Theoretical Probability.
- Experimental Probability.
- Axiomatic Probability.

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Antony James

The three types of probability are

1 - Theoretical

2 - Experimental/ Empirical

3- Axiomatic/ Subjective

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Saarah Ahmed

theoretical, experimental, axiomatic

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Dharini Ramadass

There is theoretical, experimental and axiomatic

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Shaikh Rezwan Rafid Ahmad

Theoretical, Axiomatic and Experimental

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Thivyah Thayaparan

Theoretical, Axiomatic and Experimental probability

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The 3 types of probability are Classical, Relative Frequency Definition and Subjective Probability. You are most likely to be asked about Classical which involves taking the number of ways an event can occur and dividing it by the number of possible outcomes. An example would be the probability of getting a total of 7 when throwing 2 dice. There are 6 ways of getting a total of 7 and 36 possible outcomes. This gives a probability of 6/36 or 1/6

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