Theory of Equally Likely Outcomes


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Theory of Equally Likely Outcomes - short version

If an experiment has n possible outcomes, and (for example, by symmetry) there is no reason that any of the n possible outcomes should occur preferentially to any of the others, then the chance of each outcome is 100%/n. Each of these theories has its limitations, its proponents, and its detractors.



 



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