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Property 1: The probability of an event is always between 0 and 1,

inclusive.

Property 2: The probability of an event that cannot occur is 0. (An

event that cannot occur is called an impossible event.

Property 3: The probability of an event that must occur is 1. (An

event that must occur is called a certain event.

inclusive.

Property 2: The probability of an event that cannot occur is 0. (An

event that cannot occur is called an impossible event.

Property 3: The probability of an event that must occur is 1. (An

event that must occur is called a certain event.

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