Suppose a real number is chosen from the interval [-1, 1].
Find the probability that the number is positive, and using geometric probability, I get 1/2. Simple, right?
However, the next question asks what the probability of choosing a nonnegative real number is, and I do understand it is also 1/2
After finishing my homework, I'm wondering: Is it possible to choose 0, and what would the probability of choosing 0 be?