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Q: Is relative frequency similar to the concept of probability?

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they are alike because they both have the last word "probability"

No. A probability means, how likely it is for something to happen. An observation of SEVERAL similar events can give you a good ESTIMATE of the probability.

No, the two of them used algebra and probability to model population biology, not natural selection, however similar the two may be.

We assume a 6 sided fair die. Now, note that the probability of rolling any number is independent of the probability of the outcome on the next role of the die. In probability terms we say the two events are independent this implies that is we look at the probability of A and the probability of B the probability of A and B is P(A)xP(B) Since we are look at the probability of a 5 and there are 6 possible outcomes, the probability of a 5 is 1/6 and a similar argument tells us the probability of a 2 is 1/6. Now, since they are independent, the probability of a 5 AND a 2 is 1/6 x 1/6=1/36 If you want to consider dice with different shapes and fewer than 6 numbers, the answer will change. I have considered only a 6 sided fair die since if one understands how this works, one can generalize to other scenarios. The commonly used die is called a cubic polyhedron. Dice come as many different polyhedra and these make for interesting probability questions.

Hell is not mentioned in the Old Testament; the concept first arises in the New Testament and contemporary Rabbinical writings. The Old Testament generally refers to "Sheol" which appears to be much more similar to the Greek Underworld than the current concept of Hell.

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Energy apparently increases with increased frequency. but we must be careful when using the observable derivative 'frequency' as the real physical scalar quality and quantity is wavelength, normally denoted 'lambda'. frequency is not a physical but only a metaphysical concept, using 'time'. (Speed is a similar concept, only derived from time, and also only ever relative to some datum, which fact we also tend to forget). Energy per given passing wave speed increases with decreased wavelength. i. e. Blueshifted waves are considered more energetic for a given velocity.

Complex frequency is utilized in electric circuits in order to simplify the math, essentially. It is very similar to the use of phasors, except complex frequency can cover all types of inputs, not just sinusoids.

Chamberlin's concept and Jaon Robinson concept are similar and not the same. comment.

they are alike because they both have the last word "probability"

No. A probability means, how likely it is for something to happen. An observation of SEVERAL similar events can give you a good ESTIMATE of the probability.

How is a frequency table different from a line plot how are they similar? Read more:

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light at a frequency similar to the absorbed frequency is emitted

The answer depends on how many of the 5 cards are similar.

According to the Planks Quantum theory, Energy of radiation is directly proportional to its frequency. From this relation we can conclude that by increasing energy, frequency of the radiation increases. But by increasing frequency, Energy cannot be increased. Similar to the concept of Newton's 2nd law of Motion, according to which we've to increase the Force if mass is increased but mass cannot be increased by increasing the Force.

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