Which of the following can be the probability of an event
Occurrence of any outcome for a random experiment is an event.
The possibility of the number of occurrences of a particular outcome of a randomly selected experiment is probability.
It is a dimensionless numeric value which can range from 0 to 1
It cannot be a negative number or more than 1.
If the outcome is 1, there is a 100% chance of an outcome to occur.
If the outcome is more than 1, the possibility of occurrence is more.
a. -0.04 cannot be the probability as it is negative.
b. 1.004 cannot be the probability as it is more than 1.
c. 18/23 = 0.782 is the probability of an event.
d. 8/7 = 1.142 cannot be the probability as it is more than 1.
Therefore, the probability of an event is 18/23.
✦ Try This: Which of the following can be the probability of an event? a. -0.05, b. 1.006, c. 19/24, d. 6/5
☛ Also Check: NCERT Solutions for Class 10 Maths Chapter 14
NCERT Exemplar Class 10 Maths Exercise 13.1 Sample Problem 4
Which of the following can be the probability of an event a. -0.04, b. 1.004, c. 18/23, d. 8/7
The probability of an event can be calculated by probability formula by simply dividing the favorable number of outcomes by the total number of possible outcomes. The probability of an event is 18/23
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