from a deck of 52 cards,,, 13 are chosen at random. Calculate the joint probability mass function of the #'s of hearts, clubs, diamonds and spades that are selected.
Last edited by Andreamet; March 26th 2008 at 03:26 PM.
from a deck of 52 cards,,, 13 are chosen at random. Calculate the joint probability mass function of the #'s of hearts, clubs, diamonds and spades that are selected.
from a deck of 52 cards,,, 13 are chosen at random. Calculate the joint probability mass function of the #'s of hearts, clubs, diamonds and spades that are selected.
Read this thread - this time you have a multinomial distribution with n = 13 and pr(heart) = pr(spade) = pr(diamond) = pr(club) = 1/4.
from a deck of 52 cards,,, 13 are chosen at random. Calculate the joint probability mass function of the #'s of hearts, clubs, diamonds and spades that are selected.
If the choosing is done without replacement, the pmf will be a multivariate hypergeometric distribution:
where h + d + c + s = 13.
You could also build in the h + d + c + s = 13 restriction and write it as:
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Last edited by mr fantastic; March 31st 2008 at 05:56 AM.