## Proceedings of the International School of Physics "Enrico Fermi.", Volume 72N. Zanichelli, 1979 - Nuclear physics |

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iii)

BG, n BGp, then

call aa the outcome nequence and the members of BGa the sigyitficant events.

iii)

**relf**(A, aa) is well defined for each A in Qt ; iv) J {**relf**(A,oa):AeOa} = l; v) if A eBG, n BGp, then

**relf**(A, oa) =**relf**(A, ap) . As noted, in the experiment (Qa, aa} wecall aa the outcome nequence and the members of BGa the sigyitficant events.

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Therefore,

Every other one is an even power of 3 (3*, x even). Hence

) = \. Thus we have an example of a well-defined relative frequency conditional ...

Therefore,

**relf**(power of 3, a) = 0. But now look at the series 31, 33, 33, ... itself.Every other one is an even power of 3 (3*, x even). Hence

**relf**(even power of 3, a) = \. Thus we have an example of a well-defined relative frequency conditional ...

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That is, we know at this point that

absolute » form

therefore be used without comment. Let us view suitable relative frequencies in

the ...

That is, we know at this point that

**relf**(BjA, a) can be reduced to an assertion of «absolute » form

**relf**(X, a). Henceforth, the conditional concept**relf**(BjA, a) willtherefore be used without comment. Let us view suitable relative frequencies in

the ...

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Statistical fluctuations | 10 |

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