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Unformatted text preview: still show all work to receive credit! Note: Do not hesitate to attend office hours (the times and locations are printed on the syllabus)! You may also schedule office hours at other times by e-mailing your TA’s or Instructor for an appointment. 3. A coin is to be tossed until a head appears twice in a row.What is the sample space for this experiment? If the coin is fair, what is the probability that it will be tossed exactly four times? 13. The dice game craps is played as follows. The player throws two dice, and if the sum is seven or eleven, then she wins. If the sum is two, three, or twelve, then she loses. If the sum is anything else, then she continues throwing until she either throws that number again (in which case she wins) or she throws a seven (in which case she loses). Calculate the probability that the player wins....
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This note was uploaded on 09/24/2009 for the course IE, KAIST IE+HSS taught by Professor Various. during the Spring '09 term at Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology.
- Spring '09