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Lecture# Probability Theory: Basics

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This lecture covers the fundamentals of probability theory, including concepts such as Bernoulli trials, binomial distribution, Bayes' theorem, and random variables. Through examples like biased coins, quizzes, and the Monty Hall problem, students learn to calculate probabilities and make informed decisions based on statistical analysis.

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