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MÉMOIRE SUR LES PROBABILITÉS∗

@inproceedings{Laplace2010MEMOIRESL,
  title={MÉMOIRE SUR LES PROBABILITÉS∗},
  author={Pierre-Simon de Laplace},
  year={2010}
}
I intend to treat in this Memoir two important points in the analysis of chances which do not seem yet to have been sufficiently deeply studied: the first has for object the manner of calculating the probability of events composed of simple events of which one does not know the respective probabilities; the object of the second is the influence of past events on the probability of future events, and the law according to which, in its expansion, shows us the causes which have produced them… 
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