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No. Probability must be between 0 and 1.

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Q: Can the value of probability be less than zero?
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What does negative value mean?

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What do positive and negative values mean?

A positive value is a value that is greater than zero. A negative value is a value that is less than zero.


When the farther an integer is from zero is is less or greater than its absolute value?

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If you roll a nine-sided die what is the probability you will roll a value greater than zero?

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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.

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