Then $\Omega$ is called the

**sample space**of $P$.

▾ Set of symbols

▾ Alphabet

▾ Deduction system

▾ Theory

▾ Zermelo-Fraenkel set theory

▾ Set

▾ Subset

▾ Power set

▾ Hyperpower set sequence

▾ Hyperpower set

▾ Hypersubset

▾ Subset algebra

▾ Subset structure

▾ Measurable space

▾ Measure space

▾ Probability space

▾ Alphabet

▾ Deduction system

▾ Theory

▾ Zermelo-Fraenkel set theory

▾ Set

▾ Subset

▾ Power set

▾ Hyperpower set sequence

▾ Hyperpower set

▾ Hypersubset

▾ Subset algebra

▾ Subset structure

▾ Measurable space

▾ Measure space

▾ Probability space

Formulation 0

Let $P = (\Omega, \mathcal{F}, \mathbb{P})$ be a D1159: Probability space.

Then $\Omega$ is called the**sample space** of $P$.

Then $\Omega$ is called the