L14_Bday - 1-1The Birthday Paradox1-2The Birthday...

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Unformatted text preview: 1-1The Birthday Paradox1-2The Birthday ParadoxSuppose 25 people are in a room. What is the probabilitythat at least two of them share a birthday?1-3The Birthday ParadoxSuppose 25 people are in a room. What is the probabilitythat at least two of them share a birthday?Less than 1/2?1-4The Birthday ParadoxSuppose 25 people are in a room. What is the probabilitythat at least two of them share a birthday?Less than 1/2?Actually it’s greater than 1/2.1-5The Birthday ParadoxSuppose 25 people are in a room. What is the probabilitythat at least two of them share a birthday?Less than 1/2?Actually it’s greater than 1/2.We will see the analysis of the problem of calculating theprobability of event:An: There arenpeople in a room and at least two ofthem share a birthday.1-6The Birthday ParadoxSuppose 25 people are in a room. What is the probabilitythat at least two of them share a birthday?Less than 1/2?Actually it’s greater than 1/2....
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