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If in a random experiment, the total number of outcomes are 'n' of which 'm' are favourable for an event E , then P(E) = __________.

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m
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n
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mn
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nm
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The correct option is C mn
If in a random experiment, the total number of outcomes are 'n' of which 'm' are favourable for an event E , then P(E) is the probability of the event E and is defined as
P(E) = favouable outcomestotal outcomes = mn

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