Hey, I am new to this forum and I wanted to ask on something important for my work concerned with sociology. I believe I know this but I am just making sure. Let's say you don't know what a person is going to do next, but you do know it's between 3 options: A, B and C. Do we say, in this case, that there's a 33% for each to occur? Moreover, A and B always lead to one result Y. Hence, Y has a 66% to occur? That's it! I know it's very simple but I just have to get this off my head, I am not really sure this is the right section to place it though. Thanks.