Could anyone please explain EQUALLY OUTCOME?

I understand that EQUALLY OUTCOME means the probability of possible outcomes is equal.

What exactly don’t you understand?

If the possible outcomes are discrete, such as throwing a dice where the possible outcomes are 1,2,3,4,5,6, then the probability of each outcome = 1/(number of possible outcomes).

So the probability of getting a 3 when you throw a dice is 1/6.

The probability of getting the 3 of diamonds when you draw a playing card is 1/52.

If the possible outcomes are continuous,

one example would be any number in the interval a\le x\le b, and the probability density function would be 1/(b-a), which is 1/(length of interval)

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thank you so much!

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