## Probability of a Series of Independent Events

**Using the Calculator**:**Enter Probability of Event A (P(A))**: Type the probability of Event A occurring, as a decimal between 0 and 1 (for example, 0.6 for 60%).**Repeat Times for Event A**: Specify the number of times you want Event A to occur. This is an integer greater than or equal to 1.**Enter Probability of Event B (P(B))**: Type the probability of Event B occurring, also as a decimal between 0 and 1.**Repeat Times for Event B**: Specify the number of times you want Event B to occur, as an integer greater than or equal to 1.

**Calculate**:- Click
**Calculate Probability**. The calculator will display the following probabilities:**Probability of A occurring [X] time(s)**: Probability that Event A occurs as specified.**Probability of A NOT occurring**: Probability that Event A does not occur.**Probability of B occurring [Y] time(s)**: Probability that Event B occurs as specified.**Probability of B NOT occurring**: Probability that Event B does not occur.**Probability of both A and B occurring [X] and [Y] times**: Probability that both events occur as specified.**Probability of neither A nor B occurring**: Probability that neither event occurs.**Probability of A occurring but not B**: Probability that A occurs, but B does not.**Probability of B occurring but not A**: Probability that B occurs, but A does not.

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**Reset**:- Click the
**Reset**button to clear all input fields and remove the displayed results, allowing you to start a new calculation.

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Using this calculator provides a clear picture of the likelihood of complex scenarios involving two independent events and their repeated occurrences.