In probability theory, a probability space is a mathematical construct that models a real-world process (or “experiment”) consisting of states that occur randomly.

A probability space consists of

3 parts:

- A
sample space,Ω, which is the set of all possible outcomes.- A
set of eventsF, where each event is a set containing zero or more outcomes.- The assignment of probabilities to the events; that is, a
function.Pfrom events to probabilities

# What is the «probability space»?

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