Q. Exhibit (if such exists) a probability space, denoted by (Ω, A, P[·]), which satisfies the following. For A(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); _{1}and A_{2}members of A, if P[A_{1}] = P[A_{2}], then A_{1}= A_{2}.

Answer: A = {Ω, ∅}, P[Ω] = 1 and P[∅] = 0. Is this a valid answer to the above question?

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# Construction of a probability space.

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