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© Roger Nix (Queen Mary, University of London) - 5.1 CHAPTER 5: **PROBABILITY**, COMBINATIONS & PERMUTATIONS **Probability** If an event can occur in n ways (i.e. there are n possible outcomes) and a particular result can occur in m ways, then the **probability** of the particular result occurring is m / n .

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