### Definition of Probabilities

1. Noun. (plural of probability) ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

### Lexicographical Neighbors of Probabilities

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### Literary usage of Probabilities

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. The Encyclopedia Americana: A Library of Universal Knowledge (1919)
"Here p is called the total probability, pi, PI, etc., the partial probabilities. On the other hand the event E whose probability is sought may consist in ..."

2. Ten Years in Washington: Life and Scenes in the National Capital, as a Woman by Mary Clemmer (1874)
"Old probabilities"—An Interesting Subject—The Weather Bureau—The Experience of Fifty Centuries—Value of Scientific Knowledge—Meteorological ..."

3. Ten Years in Washington: Or, Inside Life and Scenes in Our National Capital by Mary Clemmer (1882)
"Old probabilities "—An Interesting Subject—The ... it has brought woe and death; but that was before the day of " Old probabilities," or the Weather Bureau. ..."

4. Life Insurance: A Textbook by Solomon Stephen Huebner (1915)
"Accuracy of the Theory of probabilities — The Law of Average. ... For instance, suppose that probabilities of death were computed on the basis of population ..."

5. History of Trial by Jury by William Forsyth, Appleton Morgan (1852)
"Theory of probabilities applied to Verdicts. THE following remarks upon the mathematical application of probabilities to such a question as the correctness ..."

6. Algebra: An Elementary Text Book for the Higher Classes of Secondary Schools by George Chrystal (1889)
"The following examples of the calculation of probabilities require no ... Let these numbers be lm, ln, lm+f, l*+p- The probabilities that A and B live to be ..."

7. The Foundations of Science: Science and Hypothesis, The Value of Science by Henri Poincaré (1913)
"As often as he reasons by induction, he requires more or less consciously the calculus of probabilities, and this is why I am obliged to introduce a ..."

8. The Foundations of Science: Science and Hypothesis, The Value of Science by Henri Poincaré, George Bruce Halsted (1913)
"As often as he reasons by induction, he requires more or less consciously the calculus of probabilities, and this is why I am obliged to introduce ..."