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No answer provided yet.No. One of the properties of the normal curve  is the total area under the curve sums to 1. This makes intuitive sense, it means that theoretically, nothing has more than a 100% chance of occurring. So while you can tell your friends you are 110% sure, mathematically you can't. In statistics, you never really encounter 100% certainty since the field was built around dealing with uncertainty.

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