Imagine you have a bag of colored balls, and each ball is equally likely to be picked. Let’s say there are

five red balls, five blue balls, and five yellow balls in the bag. If you were to randomly select a ball

without looking, the Uniform Distribution would describe the probability of picking each color. Since

there are an equal number of balls for each color, the chance of picking a red, blue, or yellow ball is 1/3,

or about 33.3%.