What are your thoughts?
I haven't dealt with odds for a while but isn't odds the ratio or comparison of two numbers? How can the odds be 0.34?
This question is too vague. First it says there are 50 people, which makes it sound like you know exactly how many people are present in this (unknown) situation. So there is nothing probabilistic about the situation, so how can there be variance? Then it says the odds (which I'll interpret to mean the probability) of showing up is 0.34. Probability of who, showing up where? Does this have anything to do with the place that has 50 people in it? What is the variance in what?