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explain the probabilty of one event in a fair game with three possible outcome

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    If each outcome is due to chance, the probability of any one outcome = 1/3.

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    My daughter had the same problem today... The probability is 1/3...
    If its a fair game then all of the factors have equal opportunity to occur.

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