I dont know about Probability space.
Here you provided the probability of spaces.But it is not clear.
Thank you
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mathewnaren, the reason emakarov asked that question was that whoever gave you that problem clearly expects you to know what a "probability space" is! And, once you know that, this problem is pretty easy. I will tell you this much: a probability is always between 0 and 1 and all possible probabilities must add to 1.