Q: What is a ratio comparing favorible and unfavorible outcomes?

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1023:1022

The probability of the event that comprises the favourable outcome.

You find the total number of outcomes by adding the first part of the odds to the second part of the odds. For example: 1:1 The total number of outcomes would be 2. To find the ratio of equally likely outcomes to the total number, find the number of outcomes, and put it on the left of the semicolon. Then put the total number on the right side. For the same example: (outcomes)->1:2<-(total)

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1023:1022

It is the theoretical probability of the event.

The probability of the event that comprises the favourable outcome.

yes it can be defined more commonly as a ratio between the number of and numbr of possible outcomes

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That's the 'probability' of a favorable outcome.but only if the outcomes are equally likely.

Probability is the ratio of the count of anticipated outcomes divided by the count of all outcomes.

fifty-fifty

Well a ratio is kind of used for comparing numbers quickly and accurately.

The number of "favourable" outcomes.

ratio and difference

number of outcomes divided by the number of ways of occurrence