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Lecture# Probability Theory: Examples and Applications

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This lecture covers various probability theory concepts and applications, such as calculating the probability of specific events like consecutive zeros in bit strings, independence in Bernoulli trials, and the Monty Hall problem. It also delves into the generalized Bayes' theorem and the distribution of random variables.

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