Class-prob-4-12-10

Class-prob-4-12-10 - Richard Montgomery, 2004 . TRAJECTORY...

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Sample Quiz 2 3. A certain binary 5-gram was encrypted by the Knapsack cipher and yielded 10 recover the original 5-gram knowing that the key consisted of the superincreasing 3 5 12 21 43 prime p=89 and encrypting factor a=15 sequence next 4 47 30 50 25 24 95 83 59 33 63 64 5 39 40 67 64 24 57 26 63 98 41 18 92
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Unformatted text preview: Richard Montgomery, 2004 . TRAJECTORY OF A FLIPPED COIN next 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 5 4 3 2 A PAIR OF DICE SIMULATION next SAMPLE SPACE FOR THE EXPERIMENT : CASTING A PAIR OF DICE next A REAL ROULETTE WHEEL next A CRAPS TABLE next David Bayer et Persi Diaconis, Trailing the dovetail shufFe to its lair , Annals of Applied Probability, 1992. CARD SHUFFLING next PLAY WITH THE APPLETS! next...
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