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anonymous
 one year ago
1. The sum of the probability that an event will occur and the probability that it will not occur is ____. (Points : 2)
different for each case
equal to P(E)
equal to P(E)1
equal to 1
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2)The probability of any event P(E) is calculated by ____. (Points : 2)
determining the percentage of possible events
dividing the number of outcomes favorable to E by the total number of possible outcomes
using the probability table
cannot be determined without additional information
anonymous
 one year ago
1. The sum of the probability that an event will occur and the probability that it will not occur is ____. (Points : 2) different for each case equal to P(E) equal to P(E)1 equal to 1 =================== 2)The probability of any event P(E) is calculated by ____. (Points : 2) determining the percentage of possible events dividing the number of outcomes favorable to E by the total number of possible outcomes using the probability table cannot be determined without additional information

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