Unformatted text preview: at least one roll. 10. Papoulis, Problem 34. (Problem 32 in 3rd Edition). Hint: Consider ( p + q ) n and ( p − q ) n . 11. Papoulis, Problem 35 (Problem 33 in 3rd Edition). 12. A coin having probability p of “Heads”occurring is tossed an inﬁnite number of times. Show that the probability that the kth “Heads” appears on the nth toss equals ± n − 1 k − 1 ² p k q n − k . – 1 –...
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