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What is the maximum probability value that a cumulative density function (cdf) can have?

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holymackerel

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What is the maximum probability value that a cumulative density function (cdf) can have?

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what is the maximum probability any event can have?

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holymackerel

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i assume it's infinite?

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Then you need to review exactly what a "probability" is!

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And, to satisfy my curiosity, what does this have to do with differential equations?

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as for my initial question, i am still unclear because of the many different definitions from people and websites. i just want to make sure.

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Quantify the above.

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Sometimes probability is expressed as a percentage: 0 to 100% is, of course, 0 to 1.

Sometimes you will see "odds" as in "50 to 1 odds against" but that is

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