# Random Experiment Event Occurrence

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A Random Experiment Event Occurrence is an Event Occurrence of a Random Experiment Trial Outcome (from within a Random Experiment Event).

**AKA:**Random Experiment Outcome Occurrence.**Context:**- It can be in:
- a Statistical Independence Relation with another Random Experiment Event Occurrence.
- a Statistical Dependence Relation with another Random Experiment Event Occurrence.

- It can have a Probability Value based on the Event Probability.

- It can be in:
**See:**Random Experiment Event Non-Occurrence, Random Experiment Trial.

## References

### 2006

- Suzanne R. Dubnicka. (2006). “STAT 510: Handout 2 - Counting Techniques and More Probabililty. Kansas State University
- TERMINOLOGY : When the occurrence or non-occurrence of A has no effect on whether or not B occurs, and vice-versa, we say that the events A and B are independent.