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A weather states that there is a 60% chance of rain on Saturday and a 60% chance of rain on Sunday. Explain why the chance of rain on Saturday and Sunday isn't equal to 120%.

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    Since the prob of anything has to be a number between 0 and 1 inclusive,
    an answer of 120% which would be 1.2 is totally illogical

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