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how do I find the propability in biostatistics

Step 1

The probability can be defined as a measure of likelihood that an event will occur. The

probability will lie between 0 and 1, where 0 implies the impossibility of the occurrence of the

event and 1 implies that the event will certainly occur. Here, the outcomes of the random

experiment are considered as event.

The general formula for obtaining probability is,

Step 2

**Example:**

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