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A What is a probability b Which of the following has

a. What is a probability?

b. Which of the following has a probability number: a random experiment, a sample space, or an event?

c. If a random experiment is to be run just once, how can you interpret an event with a probability of 0.06?

b. Which of the following has a probability number: a random experiment, a sample space, or an event?

c. If a random experiment is to be run just once, how can you interpret an event with a probability of 0.06?

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