I'm a bit lost on use of mutually exclusive and independent rule on this. I know probability of winning a game is a loose term, but....(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

If I had a team's schedule of 12 games with probabilities listed of winning each game, would I add those probabilities, then divide sum by 12 for an average, and multiply by 12 for probability of season wins?

I was thinking it would have to be much more difficult than this.

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# Probability of outcome of combined events

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