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    function that satisfies first 3 axioms

    Suppose that an experiment is preformed n times. For any event E of the sample space, let n(E) denote the number of times E occurs, and define f(E) = n(E)/n. Show that f() satisfies the axioms 1, 2 & 3.
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    What axioms are you talking about ?
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