Definition: Certain and Impossible Event

An event \(A\subseteq\Omega\) is called * the certain event, if it contains all possible outcomes of \(\Omega\), i.e. if \(A=\Omega\), and it is called * the impossible event, if it contains no elements of \(\Omega\), i.e. if \(A=\emptyset\).

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