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To compute for P(A), two essential parameters are needed and these parameters are **Number of Times in Which Event A Can Occur (x) **and

**Total Number of All Possible Outcomes (N).**

The formula for calculating P(A):

**P(A)** = ^{x }⁄ _{N}

Where;

x = Number of Times in Which Event A can Occur

N = Total Number of All Possible Outcomes

Let’s solve an example;

Find the P(A) when the number of times in which event A can occur is 10 and the total number of all possible outcomes is 22.

This implies that;

x = Number of Times in Which Event A can Occur = 10

N = Total Number of All Possible Outcomes = 22

**P(A)** = ^{x }⁄ _{N
}P(A) = ^{10 }⁄ _{22}

Dividing the numerator and denominator by **2**

P(A) = ^{5 }⁄ _{11}

P(A) = 0.45

Therefore, the **P(A)** is **0.45.**

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