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Yes, pretty close. The odds are not the same as probabilities (p), but with these small odds, it doesn't make much difference. Odds are defined as p/1-p so 10:1 would be p = 0.1/0.9=0.11 In adding independent probabilities there's also a joint probability term that must be subtracted from the sum, but it's negligible in this case and can be ignored.

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