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ifan event has a probability of zero it'll never happen. 6 over 0 will never happen.

If the probability of an event is zero then that event cannot happen

That's the probability that both events will happen, possibly even at the same time. I think it's called the 'joint' probability.

It is on a scale of 1 to 0 of a probability that an event will happen or it will not happen

Tunguska event happened in 1908.

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That the event will never happen.

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Probability.

ifan event has a probability of zero it'll never happen. 6 over 0 will never happen.

The likelihood that a particular event will happen is the probability of that event.

If the even is never going to take place, and it is for sure, then it's probability will be 0. For example, if the event is : A child being born with powers like Superman. For this event, the probability would be 0! But in practicality, if the event is unlikely to happen, it's probability is likely to be nearer to 0. Keeping in mind the difference between "unlikely to happen" and "never going to happen for sure". Because there is a possibility that the event that is unlikely to happen may just happen once in a thousand years. So in this case, the probability will be very very close to 0, but it will not be 0 exactly.

An event that will definitely happen is an event with 100% probability.

No. The probability of an event ranges from 0 (the event will not happen) to 1 (the event will happen).

I think you want genetic drift. That is a random event, which is subtly different than a chance event, though a chance event, such as an unforeseen accident can be part of it. Accidents always happen by chance, but to be random they happen in no set numerical order.

If the probability of an event is zero then that event cannot happen

Preemption must happen before not after something.Any response to an event is reactive, never preemptive.