The probability of any unrelated events occurring together in the same period.

Now for the Mathematical probability of these events happening independently of each other. Here is the logic. If each event above is considered as an event on its own and not related to another event mentioned above and if this event has 2 possibilities; it happens or it doesn't happen. The probability of the event on its own would be 1/2 or 0.5. Now, if we consider another event which has the same probability, that is 0.5 and we then consider the probability of both of these events occurring on or very near the same time, then according to probability theory then the resulting probability of both events occurring would the the product of the 2 probabilities. This would give the result of 0.5 multiplied by 0.5 which would equal 0.25(or 1 in 4). If n was the number of 'co-incidental events', then the collective probability of ALL of these events occurring in the same time period would be 0.5 to the power of n.

To put this in perspective, see the table of results below.

No of events Probability

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10 1 in 1024

15 1 in 32768

20 1 in 1,048,576

25 1 in 334,455,342

30 1 in 1,073,741,824 {with this probability, a perhaps person may buy only one lotto ticket in their life and win the jackpot!!!!!!!!]

32 1 in 4,294,967,296

Is this mathematical logic correct? It appears to me that it is.