Objective probability, Microeconomics

The Objective Probability

-  100 explorations out of which 25 successes and 75 failures

-  Probability (Pr) of success = 1/4 and probability of failure = ¾

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Given:

-  The two possible outcomes which are having payoffs X1 and X2

-  Probabilities of each outcome can be given by Pr1 & Pr2

* In general, expected value can be written as:

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