Find the odds in favor of an event whose probabili

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Find the odds in favor of an event whose probability is P(E) = 3/10

  • Find the odds in favor of an event whose probabili -

    P( not E) = 7/10

    So odds in favour of E = (3/10) / (7/10)
    = 3/7
    or often stated as 3 : 7

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