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Find the odds of an event if the probability of the event is given to be : 2/3

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Observe the definitions of probability and odds first: Probability = (# of favorable outcomes) / (# total outcomes) Odds = (# of favorable outcomes) / (# of unfavorable outcomes)
So it's still gonna be 2/x
is it 2/1?

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Yes. :) We can extract the # of favorable outcomes and the # of total outcomes from the given information, and from this calculate the # of unfavorable outcomes by simple subtraction. Plug it in and you got your answer. :)
out of 3 times you win two, lose 1 odds are two to one
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