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*The probability*
*of the realization of at least one among the events*
*is given by an alternating sum*
Hence, the *the probability that all cells are occupied* is
This probability is the solution to the recurrence formula that gave the
number of arrangements with no cells empty divided by the total number of
arrangements .

Tiziano Mengotti
2004-03-27