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Q: Why can't probability be greater than one or less than zero?

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0.7734 is greater than 0.75 and the rest are less than 0.75

A very high probability if your numbers are greater than 78.

It is 1/18.

There are many such events. The probability of throwing a 1 or 2 on one roll of a die, for example.

50% or 3 out of 6.

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The probability is zero. No number can be less than 3 and greater than 4.

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.

certainty (no doubt), probability or likelihood (greater than 50% chance), possibility (greater than 0% but less than 50% chance)

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.

A probability can never be greater than 1.

A joint probability can have a value greater than one. It can only have a value larger than 1 over a region that measures less than 1.

probably that less than greater than stuff, still cant figure out which one is less than and which one is greater than.

0.7734 is greater than 0.75 and the rest are less than 0.75

There are 2 numbers less than 3, so the probability in this case is 2 in 8, or 1 in 4. There are 3 numbers greater than 5, so the probability in this case is 3 in 8. There are 5 numbers less than 3 or greater than 5, so the probability in this case is 5 in 8.

A probability of 1 means something will definitely happen. There cannot be a greater certainty than that, so probability cannot be greater than 1.

A very high probability if your numbers are greater than 78.

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