GCSE Statistics - Discrete Uniform Distribution

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Discrete Uniform Distribution

  • In a discrete uniform distribution, all of the outcomes are equally likely/have the same probability.
  • If there are n outcomes, the probability of each outcome will be 1/n.

Examples of this include:

  • A raffle - each ticket has an equal chance of winning.
  • An unbiased dice - each number being rolled has a probability of


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