# Probability

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**Probability box**— A p box (probability box). A probability box (or p box) is a characterization of an uncertain number consisting of both aleatoric and epistemic uncertainties that is often used in risk analys …62

**Probability Moon**— infobox Book | name = Probability Moon title orig = translator = image caption = (no image) author = Nancy Kress illustrator = cover artist = country = United States language = English series = Probability trilogy genre = Science fiction novel… …63

**Probability plot correlation coefficient plot**— Many statistical analyses are based on distributional assumptions about the population from which the data have been obtained. However, distributional families can have radically different shapes depending on the value of the shape parameter.… …64

**Probability of kill**— Computer games, simulations, models, and operations research programs often require a mechanism to determine statistically whether the engagement between a weapon and a target resulted in a kill, or the probability of kill. Statistical decisions… …65

**Probability of making the nut low hand in Omaha hold 'em**— See Poker probability (Omaha)#Making low nuts for a discussion of making low nut hands in Omaha hold em. There are 165 different nut low starting hand shapes that have the possibility of making a nut low hand in Omaha hold em Hi Lo. Combining the …66

**Probability vector**— In mathematics and statistics, a probability vector or stochastic vector is a vector with non negative entries that add up to one.The positions (indices) of a probability vector represent the possible outcomes of a discrete random variable, and… …67

**Probability of error**— In statistics, the term error arises in two ways. Firstly, it arises in the context of decision making, where the probability of error may be considered as being the probability of making a wrong decision and which would have a different value… …68

**Probability and statistics**— See the separate articles on probability or the article on statistics. Statistical analysis depends on the characteristics of particular probability distributions, and the two topics are normally studied together.See also*List of probability… …69

**Probability Distribution**— A statistical function that describes all the possible values and likelihoods that a random variable can take within a given range. This range will be between the minimum and maximum statistically possible values, but where the possible value is… …70

**probability distribution**— The mathematical function describing the probability of different events, as described by values for a variable. A symmetrical distribution (one where to values are evenly distributed around the mean) is called a bell curve, a normal distribution …