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I have a question about probabilities applied to series…

How would you rate the probability that a sequence of numbers generated by a true random generator would be comprised of numbers that are part of the result of an equation such as a(n) = 2n+1, or any other one that would generate a series of numbers?

Do all number sequences generated by a true random generator have the same probability of coming out ?

Hope I'm clear enough on my formulation...

Regards,

VE

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# Randomness and probability

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