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131A_1_ds2_2010fall

# 131A_1_ds2_2010fall - • Problem 2.96 page 91 of ALG 4...

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EE 131A Discussion Set 2 Probability Wednesday, October 6, 2010 Instructor: Lara Dolecek and Friday, October 8, 2010 Reading: Chapter 2 of Probability, Statistics, and Random Processes by A. Leon-Garcia 1. Conditional Probability. Problem 2.73, page 88 of ALG 2. Binary Communication and Malicious Interferer . Problem 2.4, page 81 of ALG Problem 2.78, page 89 of ALG 3. Ternary Communication. Problem 2.81, page 89 of ALG
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Unformatted text preview: • Problem 2.96, page 91 of ALG 4. Pairwise independence and overall independence. Alice, Bob and Claire each throw a fair die once. Show that the events A,B and C where A : “Alice and Bob roll the same face”, B : “Alice and Claire roll the same face” and C : “Bob and Claire roll the same face” are pairwise independent but not independent. 1...
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