torii897
  • torii897
need help!!! what is the difference between certain and impossible events????????
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anonymous
  • anonymous
certain events are events that always occur when u perform the experiment in other words, their probability is 1 as they always happen. impossible events are events that will never occur no matter how many times u perform the experiment, in other words impossible events have a probability of 0 because they never happen
torii897
  • torii897
thank you soo much :D
anonymous
  • anonymous
for example if u roll a 6 number die, the probability of a 7 appearing is 0, as the die does not have any 7, so it is an impossible event!

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anonymous
  • anonymous
I'm sure u can think of more examples if u just think about it

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