Probability, Mathematics

Probability

-Probability is an extremely popular concept in business management. Since it covers the risks such may be included in certain business situations. This is a fact that when a business investment is being arranged, the outcome is generally uncertain. Hence the concept of probability may be utilized to describe the degree of uncertainty of a particular business outcome

Therefore Probability may be defined as the chances of a described event happening. Numerically, probability values range between 1 and 0. A probability of 0 shows the event cannot occur at all. A probability of 1 show the event will certainly happen.

Hence other events have their probabilities along with values lying between 1 and 0

-The formular utilized to determine probability is as given below:

Probability (x) =  r/n = favourable out comes/total out comes

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