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In fact let,s suppose we throw a dice...N times (with N tends to infinity)..then coul be a fixed point in the probability function..in this sense..for example after throwing dice N times (with big N we would always have the same number ,for example you throw the dice and after N times of throwing it you get the same number...is that possible?...can probability give exact results (or at least with little error) in measuring things?

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# Probability could this theory be exact>?

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