What is the Markov Inequality lemma?

Prove the following lemma.

Define **converges pointwise or surely.**

Define **converges to X in probability.**

Define **converges to X almost surely.**

Define **converges to X in the mean or in L ^{1}.**

Define **converges in L ^{r}.**

What are the main four types of convergence?

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- In probability
- Almost surely
- In the mean/ in L
^{1 }
- In L
^{r}

^{1 }^{r}What does the term almost surely mean?

It means that something occurs excpet on an event with probability zero.

What is convergence in probability similar to?

Convergence almost surely - except it is weaker

What is the sum convergence lemma?

Prove the following lemma.

What is the lemma about convergence in L^{r} and convergence in probabiliity?

Prove the following lemma.

What is the lemma about convergence in probability and convergence almost surely?

Prove the following lemma.

Does the converse to this lemma apply?

No - convergecne in probability does not imply convergence in L^{1} or L^{r}.

Does the converse to this lemma apply?

No - convergence in probability does not imply convergence almost surely

What is the weak law of larger numbers theorem?

Prove the following theorem.

Why is the weak law of large numbers called weak?

Because the convergence is in probability

Why is the strong law of large numbers called strong?

The convergence is almost sure

What is the Cauchy-Schwarz theorem?

Prove the following theorem.

What is the strong law of large numbers theorem?

Prove the following theorem.

What is the Monotone Convergence theorem?

What are three important remarks of the following theorem?

What is a corollary to the following theorem for nonnegative decreasing sequences?

Prove the following corollary.