- Thread starter HenryPez
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It is a probability. Read "a 1 in 6 chance" the same as "a 0.16667 probability."

Thank you very much for your answers.

Just to check if I understood right because the explaination of Packard contradicts what Egmont and Ron say.

If I slighty change this probability I have to say: "you have a

The article attaches to "a 1 in 6 chance." If the odds were 2 in 7, we'd say "...hasThe article attaches to the "1", and not to the "6".

A single (one) chance in six.