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**harpazo65****Member**- From: Brooklyn, NY
- Registered: 2024-09-07
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There is a 30% chance of rain tomorrow. What is the probability of no rain tomorrow?

P(no rain tomorrow) = 1 - P(rain tomorrow).

This yields the answer of something different happening next time.

IN GENERAL:

P(something not happening tomorrow or next time) = 1 - P(something happening tomorrow or next).

Pretty cool, right?

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**Bob****Administrator**- Registered: 2010-06-20
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Yes. It follows from the following

If one of n events must occur then

P(event 1) + P(event 2) + ... + P(event n) = 1

Bob

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