Probability

# What does equally probable mean?

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That there is the same chance of something happening as there is of something else happening. When tossing a coin, there is the same chance it will land on heads as there is that it will land on tails. So landing on heads and landing on tails are equally probable.

That there is the same chance of something happening as there is of something else happening. When tossing a coin, there is the same chance it will land on heads as there is that it will land on tails. So landing on heads and landing on tails are equally probable.

That there is the same chance of something happening as there is of something else happening. When tossing a coin, there is the same chance it will land on heads as there is that it will land on tails. So landing on heads and landing on tails are equally probable.

That there is the same chance of something happening as there is of something else happening. When tossing a coin, there is the same chance it will land on heads as there is that it will land on tails. So landing on heads and landing on tails are equally probable.

That there is the same chance of something happening as there is of something else happening. When tossing a coin, there is the same chance it will land on heads as there is that it will land on tails. So landing on heads and landing on tails are equally probable.

That there is the same chance of something happening as there is of something else happening. When tossing a coin, there is the same chance it will land on heads as there is that it will land on tails. So landing on heads and landing on tails are equally probable.

That there is the same chance of something happening as there is of something else happening. When tossing a coin, there is the same chance it will land on heads as there is that it will land on tails. So landing on heads and landing on tails are equally probable.

That there is the same chance of something happening as there is of something else happening. When tossing a coin, there is the same chance it will land on heads as there is that it will land on tails. So landing on heads and landing on tails are equally probable.

That there is the same chance of something happening as there is of something else happening. When tossing a coin, there is the same chance it will land on heads as there is that it will land on tails. So landing on heads and landing on tails are equally probable.

That there is the same chance of something happening as there is of something else happening. When tossing a coin, there is the same chance it will land on heads as there is that it will land on tails. So landing on heads and landing on tails are equally probable.

That there is the same chance of something happening as there is of something else happening. When tossing a coin, there is the same chance it will land on heads as there is that it will land on tails. So landing on heads and landing on tails are equally probable.

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###### 2014-03-24 17:22:11

That there is the same chance of something happening as there is of something else happening. When tossing a coin, there is the same chance it will land on heads as there is that it will land on tails. So landing on heads and landing on tails are equally probable.

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