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A question with probability


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I have a sample of 3800 samples. For the sake of understanding, I'll give you some examples of series. The sample includes the numbers from 1-20 for the understanding that suppose out of 3800 twice sampled the numbers 1-20 the number 13 came out 100 which means the chance of the same number coming out in 3800 sweepstakes 100/3800 hope that is not wrong. Suppose I have another DATA consisting of 200000 data or combinations Can we deduce the percentage of sample we actually suggested is 100/3800 on a sample of 200000 unexamined combinations which means the question is so

What is the chance of number 13 going out in a sample of 200000?

A second question

Suppose I have a sample like they said 100 times 13 and also suppose 14 also came out 100 times the ratio of the two combinations together is a multiplication or connection?

I would like to answer only those who know and would love to have an explanation for the answer

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