Probability one or more statement

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In summary, Probability one or more statement refers to the likelihood of at least one event occurring out of multiple possible outcomes. This probability can be calculated by subtracting the probability of none of the events occurring from 1. The difference between probability one or more statement and probability of exactly one statement lies in the number of events being considered. Probability one or more statement can be used in various real-life situations and there are some common misconceptions about it, such as always being greater than the probability of exactly one statement and guaranteeing the occurrence of at least one event.
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In probability if they say that for instance " if one or more ____ are found" Why wouldn't it be x≥1?



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Why do you think it's not? Sounds reasonable to me.
 

1. What does probability one or more statement mean?

Probability one or more statement refers to the likelihood of at least one event occurring out of multiple possible outcomes. It is a way of expressing the chances of a particular event happening in a given situation.

2. How is probability one or more statement calculated?

The probability of one or more statement can be calculated by subtracting the probability of none of the events occurring from 1. This means that the probability of at least one event occurring is equal to 1 minus the probability of all events not occurring.

3. What is the difference between probability one or more statement and probability of exactly one statement?

The difference between these two probabilities lies in the number of events that are being considered. Probability one or more statement takes into account the likelihood of at least one event occurring, while probability of exactly one statement only considers the chances of one specific event happening.

4. How can I use probability one or more statement in real life?

Probability one or more statement can be used in various real-life situations, such as in gambling, insurance, and risk assessment. It can also be applied in decision making processes, where knowing the likelihood of at least one event occurring can help in making more informed choices.

5. What are some common misconceptions about probability one or more statement?

One common misconception is that the probability of one or more statement is always greater than the probability of exactly one statement. This is not always true, as there are situations where the probability of exactly one event occurring may be greater than the probability of at least one event occurring. Another misconception is that probability one or more statement guarantees the occurrence of at least one event, which is not always the case.

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