Question

Events involving Probability happen all the time. Please take a minute to think about some real life examples of where you use probability in your everyday life.

Answer #1

Suppose you have three pens in your schoolbag namely blue ink , red ink, black ink and you want to write with black pen and you draw a pen randomly from bag. So the probability you draw a black pen In first attempt is 1/3.

Well the above example is very much simpler. Let me give you another example .

Suppose meteorological department (weather forecasting department) says there is 70% chances that it will rain today. And by your past experiences you analyse that forecasting of the meteorological department is 50 percent true . So you conclude that chances(probability) that today will rain=0.7*0.5=0.35. so there are 35% chances of raining today.

Hope you got this basic idea of use of probability in daily life.

If you have any doubts .ask in comments plzz.

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a data distribution that you think is approximately normal, but
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other research methods to find the mean and standard deviation to
support your claim. What reasons or conditions attribute to the
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