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What is the probability that if we choose from all the maps possible on Temple Run, we would get a particular map \(X\)?

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Not totally a math question, more like statistics.
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I know, but the numerical probability?

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whwre is the rest of data ?
1/(total) isn't it? GIven all maps are different/.
I don't have it. It's a vague question . . . does anyone know how they are generated?
Yeah, that's what I know.
Let the number of possible maps = n Assume that the selection is random. Then each map has an equal probability of being chosen.\[P(X\ is\ chosen)=\frac{1}{n}\]
Yes, but what are the possible number of maps numerically?
what is 'Temple Run' mean here?
It's a game.
*It's an addictive game :P

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