Q: If a point is randomly selected from the colored area of the graph what is the probability that it will NOT be in the red region?

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Geometric Probability

Probability is related to statistics in a direct manner. When one is doing a research for statistics, probability has to be used especially in sampling a small region.

The same as it is in normal terms. A region in maths is just a selected area. e.g. A region on a graph

The 'BADLANDS'.

You divide the area of the shaded region by the area of the full circle. For example, if the radius of the shaded region is 2 meters, the probability would be 4pi / 36pi, or 1/9. If the shaded region is a 'slice' of the circle, the chance is just the fraction of the circle which the 'slice' is.

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The probability is the ratio of the area of the shaded area to the area of the whole figure.

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The region of zero electron density is called a "node."

Probability is related to statistics in a direct manner. When one is doing a research for statistics, probability has to be used especially in sampling a small region.

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After you get your National Dex, it will be randomly roaming about the Kanto Region.

False. A region in which there is a high probability of finding an electron is called an orbital in quantum mechanics, not a field.

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The lighter colored region around the dark center of a hotspot is known as the "umbra." It is the innermost and darkest part of a sunspot or the dark central region of a volcanic hotspot.

That depends on how it's drawn. It may give some idea of the probability of finding an electron in a given location, or it may just show the region of space where the electron is likely to be found. If it looks like a bunch of individual dots, the density of the dots gives some indication of the probability (the closer together the dots are in a region, the higher the probability of finding the electron in that region). If it looks like a solid object (or a collection of solid objects), it's just the region(s) where the probability is over some value.