# Sample space

further points

Children:

- Sample spaces are too large
Sample spaces are often large, so it is hard to do probabilistic computations using a raw distribution over the sample space.

- Uncountable sample spaces are way too large
We can’t define probability distributions over uncountable sample spaces by just assigning numbers to each point in the sample space.

Parents:

- Probability theory
The logic of science; coherence relations on quantitative degrees of belief.