HOW CAN PROBABILITY OF AN EVENT BE ZERO?

Asked by KEERTHIKAY | 24th Jan, 2009, 06:50: AM

Expert Answer:

When the event is impossible i.e. an event which can't occur .

For example,'getting a number more than 6  in a single throw of a die ' is an impossible event.

Answered by  | 24th Jan, 2009, 09:26: AM

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