Q: What is mathematical term for the chance that an event will happen?

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probability

Chance is another word for the probability of an event occurring.

probability

Foreshadowing

Long term causes are things that happen over time, and build up. Short term causes are things that happen just before a certain event and trigger causes are things that spark of an event.

It is term.

A torus is the mathematical term for a donut like shape.

Philosophically, I tend to say that all things are possible, but scientifically there are initial conditions that make all but one result unlikely.Probability is a measure or estimation of how likely it is that something will happen or that a statement is true. Probabilities are given a value between 0 (0% chance or will not happen) and 1 (100% chance or will happen). The higher the degree of probability, the more likely the event is to happen.

Property is not just a mathematical term. It means a characteristic or attribute.

The term is distance.

The mathematical term of pi is approximated equal to 22/7. :)

There is no anagram for relating in mathematical terms.

"Bisect" IS mathematical term!

No, it is not a mathematical term.

Convention is not a mathematical term: it means what is generally done or an accepted way of doing something.

It means to work out the answer of a given mathematical problem.

There is no such mathematical term in the English language.

Its an mathematical term

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Scale

increase

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What another term for the term in 2 down in mathematical

A mathematical model is mathematical equations based on the rules of Physics.