# Range of probability?

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The range of probability for any event is between 0 and 1, inclusive.

### What is the meaning of random variable in probability distribution?

It is a variable that can take a number of different values. The probability that it takes a value in any given range is determined by a random process and the value of that probability is given by the probability distribution function. It is a variable that can take a number of different values. The probability that it takes a value in any given range is determined by a random process and the value of…

### What event has a probability of 1?

An event which has a probablility of 1 is one that will definitely happen. Probabilities range between 0 and 1 (0% and 100%) with a probability of zero meaning it is impossible and a probability of one meaning that it is definite. i.e. winning the lottery if you never play has a probability of zero and winning the lottery if you know the correct numbers in advance has a probability of one.

### Why cant a probability be less than 0?

How would you interpret such a probability? - A probability of zero means that something is IMPOSSIBLE, while a probability of one means that it is SURE TO HAPPEN. Anything in between means that it MAY happen - the closer to 1, the more likely it is to happen. Anything outside of that range simply doesn't make sense.

### What is relationship of fuzzy logic with probability theory?

Probability theory deals with a events which have a range of probabilities of occurring, rather than a dichotomy of "happen" or "not happen". In a similar fashion, fuzzy logic deals with truth values that are not dichotomic: TRUE or FALSE, but have a range of intermediate values such as mostly true etc.

### What does the normal probability density function describe?

A probability density function (pdf) for a continuous random variable (RV), is a function that describes the probability that the RV random variable will fall within a range of values. The probability of the RV falling between two values is the integral of the relevant PDF. The normal or Gaussian distribution is one of the most common distributions in probability theory. Whatever the underlying distribution of a RV, the average of a set of independent…

### What actually happens in probability is what probability?

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### A complete probability distribution is always an objective listing of all possible events Since it is impossible to list all the possible outcomes from a single event probability distributions are o?

Your question is not clear, but I will attempt to interpret it as best I can. When you first learn about probability, you are taught to list out the possible outcomes. If all outcomes are equally probable, then the probability is easy to calculate. Probability distributions are functions which provide probabilities of events or outcomes. A probability distribution may be discrete or continuous. The range of both must cover all possible outcomes. In the discrete…

### What is the probability that a randomly chosen number is not divisible by 2 3 or 6?

Answer The probability that a randomly chosen [counting] number is not divisible by 2 is (1-1/2) or 0.5. One out of two numbers is divisible by two, so 1-1/2 are not divisible by two. The probability that a randomly chosen [counting] number is not divisible by 3 is (1-1/3) = 2/3. Similarly, the probability that a randomly chosen [counting] number is not divisible by N is (1-1/N). The probability that a random number is not…

### How is probability related to the area under the normal curve?

The Normal curve is a graph of the probability density function of the standard normal distribution and, as is the case with any continuous random variable (RV), the probability that the RV takes a value in a given range is given by the integral of the function between the two limits. In other words, it is the area under the curve between those two values.