Q: Is there a 1 out of 5 chance of a tornado?

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No - 20% is 1/5. A 20% chance of something means that it will occur 1 time in 5 on average. 20% chance of rain means that when conditions are the way they are now, rain will fall 1 time in 5 or it may mean that rain will fall in 1/5 of the area covered by the forecast.

The chance of getting 5 red cards if they deal you only 5 cards out of 52 is (1 in 13) times (1 in 12) times (1 in 11) times (1 in 10) times (1 in 9) or (1 in 154440).

well there are 6 sides and the odd of hitting one is a 1 out of 6 chance. the odds of hitting five is a 5 out 6 chance

A 1 out of 5 chance, or 20%

1/6

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