If a die is tossed once, determine the probability of getting an even prime number.
The probability of event occurring is equal to the number of
favorable outcomes divided by the total number of possible
outcomes in the sample space, . In this case, event is
getting an even prime number when tossing a die. The only even
prime number is 2, so this is the only favorable outcome for event
. Find the probability of event as follows:
Thus, the probability of getting an even prime number when tossing
a die is .