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The Brilliant "Weekend Wiki Party" has been an ongoing project over the past several weeks. As a community, we've had hundreds of edits to wiki pages during these wiki parties and we've helped thousands of people learn about new math ideas! This week's theme: PROBABILITY.

Our goal this weekend is to fill out and improve some of our Probability wikis. With everyone’s help, we can make these pages something that the community is proud of. To participate, feel free to jump in and write something helpful on one of the following (currently empty) pages:

- Probability by Complement
- Conditional Probability Distribution
- Selection Bias
- Law of Iterated Expectation
- Covarience

If you'd rather improve an existing page, the following pages would benefit from additional explanation and more examples:

When you have made an edit that you are proud of, please make a comment and let us know!

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TopNewestI have brought a copy of the Classic Book, "Hall and Knight, Higher Algebra". It has a lot of information about many types and fields of Probability. As a ninth grader, I have Probability as a chapter in my syllabus. I'll try my best to fill up one of the wikis!

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I'll try the Probability by Complement Wiki.

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Thanks @Sharky Kesa!

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No problem.

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Hang on, you've managed to delete whatever I had written.

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I did some work on Conditional Probability Distribution. Is it enough?

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Thanks Sharky. This looks great.

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