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What does it mean by “ probability never changes”? 

Does that mean that whatever the amount of probabilities are it always ends up equal 100% or 1 ? 

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Probability:

The probability of event represents the number of possible outcomes to certain event, divided by the total n...

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Number of favorable outcomes for an event Probability Total number of outcomes

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