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"or" is used in the context of sets [of events] rather than probability (and certainly not probibility!),

An event described as A or B means either event A or event B or both events.

"or" is used in the context of sets [of events] rather than probability (and certainly not probibility!),

An event described as A or B means either event A or event B or both events.

"or" is used in the context of sets [of events] rather than probability (and certainly not probibility!),

An event described as A or B means either event A or event B or both events.

"or" is used in the context of sets [of events] rather than probability (and certainly not probibility!),

An event described as A or B means either event A or event B or both events.

Q: What does or mean in probibility?

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The probability (not probibility!) is 1/26.

There are 50,400 ways and the probability (or probibility, as you prefer) of that answer being correct is 1.

Its 1 out of 6. -sophia

If the number is selected at random, then 1/27.

1 in 216

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The probability (not probibility!) is 1/26.

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There are 50,400 ways and the probability (or probibility, as you prefer) of that answer being correct is 1.

i have no idea im the one who asked you the qeustion

It is a probability of a 1 in 6

Its 1 out of 6. -sophia

If the number is selected at random, then 1/27.

The amount that something is bound to happen. The probability of rain tonight is good means, it will probably rain. The probability of the bookstore running out of books, is slim to none. It shouldn't.

It is 1/2.

1 in 216

(Probability of occurrence) = 1 - (probability of non-occurrence)

depending on what lowest range for example 10% probibility and depending on the limited range i.e. 50% in other words it could be as likely as the limited range ., but verifyed at the lowest range 10% as likey probibility range.