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For exp we have this sequence of numbers:

10 25 50 50

p(10) = 25% and 10!= p(10) =25 so false

p(25) = 25% and 25 == 25 so true

p(50) = 50% and 50 == p(50) =50 true

the number of true is 2 so p(true) is 75%

i want to print 75% (the number of true, i mean count the proba when the number equal its probability of apperance in the sequence )

here is my essaie :

**What I have tried:**

10 25 50 50

p(10) = 25% and 10!= p(10) =25 so false

p(25) = 25% and 25 == 25 so true

p(50) = 50% and 50 == p(50) =50 true

the number of true is 2 so p(true) is 75%

i want to print 75% (the number of true, i mean count the proba when the number equal its probability of apperance in the sequence )

here is my essaie :

Java

import java.util.*; import java.io.*; import java.math.*; /** * Auto-generated code below aims at helping you parse * the standard input according to the problem statement. **/ class proba { public static void main(String args[]) { Scanner in = new Scanner(System.in); int s=0; int p=1; int ss=0; int N = in.nextInt(); List<Integer> l = new ArrayList<>(); for (int i = 0; i < N; i++) { int v = in.nextInt(); l.add(v); } ListIterator<Integer> it = l.listIterator(); while(it.hasNext()){ Integer i = it.next(); while(it.hasNext()){ if(it.equals(i)) s++; } p=(s/N)*100; if (p == i) ss++; } System.out.print((ss/N)*100); } }

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To compute the probability of every number you must count its occurrences in the list. The algorithm is simpler provided the list is ordered.

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