1. dashang

    Need help in Statistics problem

    Two teams A and B are playing a series of 5 matches. The team who wins the three or more matches will win the series. Assume that the outcome of the matches are independent and probability of winning for each team is 0.5. What is the probability that A will win 4 matches? 0.16 0.0016 0.97...
  2. E

    Three-sided dice: D3?

    So me and a buddy of mine have been arguing for a while now about the possibility of a three-sided dice. My goal? To get your opinion. And yes, moderator who is reading this for anti-spam, please feel free to comment as well, i am open to all opinions and suggestions. His argument: A D3 IS...
  3. anomit

    Baye's Theorem in Networks

    I COULD NOT MAKE OUT WHERE TO POST THIS. SO I POSTED IT HERE.IF NEEDED MOVE IT. Notation: 1. P(X) means the probability of occurence of event X. 2. P(X|Y) means the probability of occurence of event X provided event Y has already happened 3. An means A with subscript n. 4...
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