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    Please do these two things when solving the problem:

    i) Use words to describe the solution process
    ii) If you use a theorem or proposition, please state what it is called and your source. For example, THEOREM 3.1, ROSS, CHP 3.

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    The necessary and sufficient conditions for f(x) to be a probability on S are
    (1) , for any subset E of S
    (2) ...

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    This solution is comprised of a detailed explanation to use words to describe the solution process and if you use a theorem or proposition, please state what it is called and your source.

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