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mhalmantus

Answered 2021-09-14
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asked 2021-09-10

An urn contains 3 one-dollar bills, 1 five-dollar bill and 1 ten-dollar bill. A player draws bills one at
a time without replacement from the urn until a ten-dollar bill is drawn. Then the game stops. All
bills are kept by the player. Determine the probability of winning $12.

asked 2021-09-24

An urn contains 3 one-dollar bills, 1 five-dollar bill and 1 ten-dollar bill. A player draws bills one at
a time without replacement from the urn until a ten-dollar bill is drawn. Then the game stops. All
bills are kept by the player. Determine the probability of the game stopping at the second draw.

asked 2021-08-10

One of the wagers in roulette is to bet that the ball will stop on a number that a multiple of 3. (The roulette wheel Includes the numbers 0,00and 1 - 36 . and 00 are not considered multiples of 3.) If the ball stops on such a number, the player wins double the amount bet. What is the probability of winning this bet? (Write your answer as a fraction.)

asked 2021-11-14

If the probability of winning a game of chance is \(\displaystyle{\frac{{{2}}}{{{13}}}}\), what is the probability of not winning the game?

asked 2021-08-23

Bet $1 on red. If red appears (which has probability \(\displaystyle\frac{{18}}{{38}}\)),then take the $1 profit and quit.

If red does not appear and you lose this bet ( which has probability \(\displaystyle\frac{{20}}{{38}}\) of occurring), make additional $1 bets on red on each of the next two spins of the roulette wheel and then quit.

Let X denote your winnings when you quit.

(a) Find P{X>0}.

(b) Are you convinced that the strategy is indeed a “winning” strategy?

(c) Find E[X].

asked 2021-05-21

an urn contains 1 white, 1 green, and 2 red balls. draw 3 balls with replacement. find probability we did not see all the colours

asked 2021-11-13

Suppose the probability of winning the Powerball lottery is 0.1, while the probability of being abducted by aliens is 0.6. If these two events are independent, what is the probability of winning Powerball but not being abducted?

A) 0.06

B) 0.54

C) 0.04

D) 0.6

E) 0

F) 0.1

G) 1

H) 0.36

A) 0.06

B) 0.54

C) 0.04

D) 0.6

E) 0

F) 0.1

G) 1

H) 0.36