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outcomes A, B, and C. Also, , , and probability that, among the n experiments, B.
C. . What’s the occurs a times and B occurs b times ( )?
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measurement, the error
follows Gaussian distribution with mean
0 and variance
9. What is the probability that   10 ?
(A)
(Hint: Φ , √ A. 2Φ ) √ ; B. 2 ; C. 1 2 D. 1 2Φ ; . 1 4. [4’] Suppose we roll a fair dice (each digit occurs with equal probability) and we want to get a
six. What’s the p...
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