Q: What is the ratio of the number of favorable outcomes to the total number of possible outcomes?

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It is the theoretical probability of the event.

the ratio of the number favorable outcomes to the total number of trials.

number of outcomes divided by the number of ways of occurrence

Because with replacement, the total number of possible outcomes - the denominator of the probability ratio - remains the same. Without replacement the number of possible outcomes becomes smaller.

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That's the 'probability' of a favorable outcome.but only if the outcomes are equally likely.

fifty-fifty

It is the theoretical probability of the event.

experimental probability, is the ratio of the number favorable outcomes to...

the ratio of the number favorable outcomes to the total number of trials.

yes it can be defined more commonly as a ratio between the number of and numbr of possible outcomes

number of outcomes divided by the number of ways of occurrence

The probability of the event that comprises the favourable outcome.

Theoretical Probability: P(event) the ratio of the number of favorable outcomes to the number of possible outcomes, written as a ratio. example: number of favorable outcomes over number of possible outcomes Amelynn is hungry, so she gets out a bowl and puts in 2 red jelly beans, 3 blue jelly beans, 12 pink jelly beans, and 3 yellow jelly beans. Amelynn likes the pink ones the best. What is the theoretical possibility of her getting a pink jelly bean? Answer: 12 over 20. (or 3 over 5 [simplest form]) Explanation: Amelynn put 20 jelly beans in the bowl. She wants the pink ones, and there are 12 pink jelly beans, which are the favorable outcomes. There are 20 jelly beans, and these are the possible outcomes. This means that it is 12 over 20. You might have to put this in simplest form as well.

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The maximum likelihood estimate, possibly.