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I believe you mean to say, equally probable. By stating they are separate events, I assume that they are independent and that there is a single unique outcome to each event that can be identified. Ok, then the chance of each event or outcome is 1/10.

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Q: A sample space consists of 10 separate events that are equally. what is the probability of each?
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