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I looking for some advice for a simulation. I know that when an electric car arrives at a destination there is a 70% chance that a charging point will be available. I'm building a model that models electric car journeys. When a car arrives at a destination would I simulate a random number between 0 and 1 and if it is less than 0.7 then a charging post is available or if it is greater than 0.7 then a charging post is not available. Would that make sense? I would appreciate any suggestions or comments.

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# Simulating a probability, use a random number?

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