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    How do you find the probability of numbers such as two people need to choose a number between let's say 1 and 5. I would need to find the probability that they choose the same number.

    The next problem is about possible outcomes. How do you find the outcomes for three numbers like 3 boats, 5 cars, 3 trains. I am stuck how to find out the possible outcomes.

    Then lastly finding probabilities of percents. I have to put the question because i have no other way to ask it. 80% of adults drink beer. Choose 4 adults at random. What is the probability none of them drink beer.

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    Find the probability of numbers such as two people need to choose a number between let's say 1 and 5. I would need to find the probability that they choose the same number.

    When two events are independent, the probability of both occurring is the product of the probabilities of the individual events. More formally, if events A and B are ...

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    This solution discusses probability, possible outcomes and probabilities of percents.

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