Probability Name Course Instructor Date Introduction Probabilities show the likelihood of an event occurring, whereby a probability of 0 indicates an event would not occur. On the other hand, a probability of 1 indicates that it is an event (s) will occur. Probability is dependent on the favorable outcomes and the total number of outcomes (Jaynes & Bretthorst, 2007). An event is most likely to occur when it is closer to 1. The probability of two independent events occurring is the product of their probabilities. Additionally, the probability of one event or another independent event occurring is the sum of their probabilities (Downing

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