Hi

While proving that properties, functions, etc follow the axiom of probability, the proof for the first axiom is that since it is the ratio of probabilities, it is ≥ 0, but how does it work when the denominator is equal to zero?

Hi

While proving that properties, functions, etc follow the axiom of probability, the proof for the first axiom is that since it is the ratio of probabilities, it is ≥ 0, but how does it work when the denominator is equal to zero?