Unformatted text preview: That cuts the reading almost in half. Do the following exercises at the end of Chapter 4: 2. (Hint: Look at Example 4.4.) 3. 7. 14. 18. In this exercise we keep ﬂipping coins, switching back and forth between the two coins in the manner indicated. 19. 20. 30. It is always good to get additional practice by doing additional examples. That can be done by choosing problems with answers in the back. I especially recommend problems: 1, 4, 21 and 27. For 27, use symmetry to simplify the equations that need to be solved. NOTE: Recall that there also is a numerical homework being assigned today, for which you have extra time....
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 Operations Research, Markov Chains, Monday, DiscreteTime Markov Chains, Professor Whitt

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