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8 only when all the outcomes are equally likely 9 a

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Unformatted text preview: s you flipped the coin. 8. Only when all the outcomes are equally likely. 9. (a) Test Rating 3 2 1 0 Probability 0.1 0.4 0.4 0.1 (b) 0.5 10. Zero; according to the assumption, no matter how many thunderstorms occur, lightning cannot only strike your favorite spot more than once, and so, after n trials the estimated probability will never exceed 1/n, and so will approach zero as the number of trials gets large. 11. (2¿5) + (2¿2¿2) = 18 1 2. 28 + 55 = 3,381 1 3. 4 14. (a) 166 = 22 3 2 2 16,777,216 (b) 1 6 = 4 096 ( c) 1 6 = 2...
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