How would you interpret such a probability? - A probability of zero means that something is IMPOSSIBLE, while a probability of one means that it is SURE TO HAPPEN. Anything in between means that it MAY happen - the closer to 1, the more likely it is to happen. Anything outside of that range simply doesn't make sense.
0 means there is no chance of something happening. You cannot have less than no chance of something happening. So a probability cannot be less than 0.
Probability can not be less than 0 or greater than 1. A probability of 0 means there is no possibility whatsoever of an event occurring. A probability of 1 means that the event is guaranteed to occur no matter what.
No. A probability of 1 means something will definitely happen. There cannot be a greater certainty than that, so probability cannot be greater than 1. 0 means there is no chance of something happening. You cannot have less than no chance of something happening. So a probability cannot be less than 0.
Probability of 0 is impossible, and 1 is certain. So, probability must be between 0 and 1, inclusive.
No, all probabilities are given from a scale of 0 to 1. 0 represents 0% and 1 represents a 100% probability.
No. Probability must be between 0 and 1.
No, it must be a number in the interval [0, 1].
Probability value can only be real number between 0 to 1, therefore, it cannot be greater than 1 or less than 0 or a complex number.
Larger or equal to 0 but less than or equal to 1
From the related link, you can read directly the probability that Z is less than 1.51 is 0.9345.
certainty (no doubt), probability or likelihood (greater than 50% chance), possibility (greater than 0% but less than 50% chance)
Because probability is measured from zero to one, where zero means something cannot happen and one meaning it will definitely happen. This can also be looked at as there being a 0% chance or 100% chance of it happening. So obviously there can not be less of a chance than it definitely not happening, so it cannot be less than zero.
There are many such events. The probability of throwing a 1 or 2 on one roll of a die, for example.
probability is 43.3%
Probability values are never negative and are always between 0-1 according to the definition Probability of A= Number of outcomes classified as A/Total number of possible outcomes
0 represents that is will never happen. It means that there is no probability that it will happen. 1 represents that is is certain to happen. You cannot be more certain than definitely certain, and something cannot be less probable than not at all.
Probability is defined in such a way that 0 (or 0%) means that something is impossible to happen, and 1 (or 100%) means that the event is inevitable. Anything in between means that it MAY happen. Anything outside that range doesn't make sense.
A probability can be no larger than 1 and no smaller than 0.
you would have a one third chance :0)
NO, but that is a great question since probability is often expressed as a fraction. Here is the difference. If P(x) is the probability that even x happens, this value must be between 0 and 1. So fractions such as 1/2 or 2/1112 are all fine. Many fractions, such as 4/3 cannot be a probability since they are greater than one. Similarly, -1/2 cannot be a probability value since it is less than 0/
A discriminant that is less than zero.
Yes a probability can be between 0 (meaning impossible) and 1 (meaning certain to happen).
The probability is extremely close to 0. The person who is 85 now would be 121 or more in 2050. Of the 7 billion people in the world today, a lot fewer than 700000 will live to 121. And that is a probability of less than 0.0001.
Very close to 0. There are fewer than 10,000 Olympians out of a population of approx 7 billion so approx the probability is less than 0.00000143.
Without knowing the data which is being sampled, it is impossible to answer this other than by saying that the probability is between 0 and 1 inclusive. Consider a company. If you sample the annual pay of the employees, any mean will be greater than 18 as everyone will be taking home more than £18 per year, so the probability is 1. Consider a school. If you sample the lengths of feet of the pupils, any mean will be less than 18 as all the feet are less than 18 inches long, so the probability is 0.