# Marginal Probability Value

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A marginal probability value is a probability value (of an event) without aposteriori knowledge of events by other random variables.

**Context:**- It can be the output of a Marginal Probability Function.
- It can be instantiated in a Marginal Probability Distribution, such as in a Joint Probability Table.

**Counter-Example(s):****See:**Joint Probability Value.

## References

### 1987

- (Hogg & Ledolter, 1987) ⇒ Robert V. Hogg, and Johannes Ledolter. (1987). “Engineering Statistics." Macmillan Publishing. ISBN:0023557907
- QUOTE: Probabilities such as … are called
*marginal probabilities*because they are usually recorded in the margins of a joint probability table.

- QUOTE: Probabilities such as … are called