If you go one of the leland computers and
call the program `matlab`
you will be able to try the following example:

rnum=floor(100*rand(1,50)+1) ans= Columns 1 through 12 76 16 72 85 79 100 59 37 38 99 89 19 Columns 13 through 24 25 25 18 34 41 63 90 68 14 48 97 50 Columns 25 through 36 40 99 77 99 24 47 4 74 85 52 15 78 Columns 37 through 48 45 17 26 73 7 12 82 47 91 90 21 88 Columns 49 through 50 24 69 sum(rnum<51) ans = 25

This means that out of the 50 simulated numbers there were 25 that were strictly smaller than 25. Nearly too good to be true!

Try it, you will get a different set of numbers, but should get similar results.

This is the basic motivation of why probability is so related to combinatorics (ie enumerating or counting the cardinal of sets).