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# How do you get the probability of 0?

The simplest way to get a probability of zero is to have an impossible event. For example, with a die (that's the singular of "dice") that has the numbers 1-6, getting each of these numbers has a probability of 1/6; getting the number has a probability of 0.There is another way to get a probability of zero, which occurs for certain situations that involve infinity; if you are prepared to read through some somewhat intense math, check the Wikipedia article on "Almost surely" for more details. (In this case, "almost surely" means a probability of 1; while "almost never" means a probability of 0.) Study guides

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## A number a power of a variable or a product of the two is a monomial while a polynomial is the of monomials

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It is the probability of an impossible event. Also, for a continuous variable, it is the probability that the variable takes a specific value - rather than a value in some small interval.  Earn +20 pts  