## What are 5 real life situations where probability is used?

Some of the applications of probability are predicting the outcome when you:

- Flipping a coin.
- Choosing a card from the deck.
- Throwing a dice.
- Pulling a green candy from a bag of red candies.
- Winning a lottery 1 in many millions.

**How do you calculate the probability of winning a game?**

Probability: divide chances of winning by the total number of chances available . For example, if you buy one ticket for a raffle with 100 tickets sold, you have one possible chance at a win, with 100 possible chances overall. Your probability of winning is 1/100.

**What is the probability of getting all the 5 rejected items?**

→ The probability of getting all five accurate is = (0.08)⁵ = {(0.08)*(0.08)*(0.08)*(0.08)*(0.08)} ≈ 0.00000328. (Ans.)

### What is impossible probability?

Probability of an impossible event is 0. Impossible event is an event that is non existing. There is no possibility that it can happen. Hence the probability of occurrence is 0.

**What is the Fifth Down Game?**

The Fifth Down Game was a college football game that included a play that the crew officiating the game permitted to occur in error.

**Is fifth down a play that will live in infamy?**

“Fifth Down Is A Play That Will Live In Infamy”. Columbia Tribune. Retrieved 19 July 2014.

#### Should the College Football Playoff have a fifth down game?

A matchup of the dual-champs is also the perfect example of why the College Football Playoff is necessary. There was another Fifth Down Game played in 1940 between Cornell-Dartmouth. Cornell benefited from the mistake and won 7-3 on the day, but the history books have since been changed to reflect Dartmouth’s victory.

**What was the first fifth down in college football?**

Similar events had occurred in college football prior to Colorado’s Fifth Down. Until 1990, the phrase “Fifth Down Game” described the Dartmouth-Cornell game of 1940, which is the first occurrence of a fifth down in college football.