For a business application, I currently have to provide the probability we are going to have an issue in one application.
- The combination is composed of
- Each element is randomly choosed(and randomly choosed until not already contained in the current combination)
- Each element can be choosed amongst
- I have
With this given combination, I've to compute the odd to have one element of one combination contained in any other combination.
My stats lessons are a little bit old so I'm pretty sure I'm not taking this the right way.
Currently I was thinking that I've
N/P chance to have a specific element. So would I be correct to think that I've
(C*N)/P chance to have a common element?