Statement TRUE or FALSE:
There exist more non-deterministic TMs than deterministic TMs
For my point of view (I ask if it’s correct):
Under the assumption $ P \neq NP$ , the Statement is TRUE because (1) P is a subset on NP and (2) P is a special case of non-determinism.
Under the assumption $ P = NP$ , the Statement is FALSE, because for each deterministic TM we have a non-deterministic TM.