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Homework Assignment 2 Bingo Overview: The standard Bingo card is a 5 by 5 table containing integers between 1 and 75, with a free spot at the center that contains 0. The first column in the table contains only integers between 1 and 15, the second column numbers are all between 16 and 30, the third are 31 to 45, the fourth 46-60, and the fifth 61-75. There are no duplicate numbers on a Bingo card. There are about 15 5 × 14 5 × 13 5 × 12 5 × 11 4 possible arrangements of the numbers on a bingo card. Before the game starts, each player is given a Bingo card. The game also has a "caller", who issues a list of all the integers between 1 and 75 in random order. As each number is called, players mark the appropriate squares on their cards. The middle square, the free square, is always marked. The winner of the game is the first person whose Bingo card has one of the following winning conditions: All five spots in a column are marked All five spots in a row are marked All the spots in either of the two diagonals are marked
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This note was uploaded on 12/19/2009 for the course CS 121 taught by Professor Reid-miller during the Spring '09 term at Carnegie Mellon.

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