Non probability sampling is where the samples are not selected randomly.
Assuming then that there are 100 numbers, 1-100, the probability of the number 23 being randomly picked out of 100 is: 1/100 or 0.01.
As all the angles in a square measure 90°, the probability of 2 randomly chosen angles being congruent is 1.
The probability is 0.4231, approx.
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If the events can be considered independent then the probability is (0.7)4 = 0.24 approx.
The answer depends on how many cards you draw, if you replace them after drawing and whether or not they are randomly selected from the deck. The probability, if only one card is drawn randomly, is 1/52.
If only one card is dealt randomly from a deck of cards, the probability is 1/52.
In an ordinary deck of 52 cards, the probability that a single, randomly drawn card is a six, is 1/13.
50/50 for each game,,,,,,,,,,,bears and cats are in game 8, Who will win?,,, Cats,50/50
85/500 = 17%
It is 1/6.
1 in 52.
If you randomly pick a card from a standard deck of cards, that probability will be 1/4, since 1/4 of the cards are heart.
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The probability of randomly choosing 1 blue sock is 7/10. The probability of randomly choosing 2 blue socks in a row is 7/10 x 7/10 = 49/100.
There are infinitely many numbers and so the probability of the second event is 0. As a result the overall probability is 0.
It is approx 78.8%
If only two cards are drawn randomly from a standard deck, the probability is .00037, approx.
The probability is the ratio of the area of the shaded area to the area of the whole figure.
3 out of 6
It comes randomly