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con·di·tion·al prob·a·bil·i·ty

a probability quoted when the range of choices admitted is restricted, that is, conditional; thus, the probability of the child of a color-blind man inheriting the gene is 1/2 if the child is female and almost 0 if the child is male.

conditional probability

the probability that event A occurs, given that event B has occurred. Written P(AB).
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Out of the 10 explanatory variables, education is the most relevant; the marginal probability that a high school graduate will attend a sporting event is four times that of someone with little schooling, while that of a college graduate is seven times higher.
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In order to compare the results from the RE specification to those from the independent error specification, it is necessary to obtain the marginal probability of receiving training in one period that is implied by the RE estimation.
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