The probability that an event will occur, not contingent on any prior or related results. An unconditional probability is the independent chance that a single outcome results from a sample of possible outcomes. To find the unconditional probability of an event, sum the outcomes of the event and divide by the total number of possible outcomes.

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The probability that an event will occur, not contingent on any prior or related results.

Some examples include flipping a coin, rolling a die, drawing from a deck of cards, etc.

Joint probabilities are found by multiplying two events together and then dividing it with all possible outcomes.

Conditional probabilities are found by dividing a single outcome with all possible outcomes.

The formula for finding unconditional probability is to sum the outcomes of the event and divide by the total number of possible outcomes.

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