I've got a homework question that I can't for the life of me solve.
Let X1, X2, X3 ... be an independently identically distributed sequence of binomial random variables with parameters n = 100 and p = e/100. Let N be a Poisson random variable with mean parameter 5 that is independent of all the Xi's. Define the random variable Y by
Y = X1 * X2 * X3 * ... * XN (X sub N, the Poisson random variable)
Determine P(Y = 1 | N = n)
Determine P(Y = 1)
Find E(Y | N)
For the first two, I keep finding different formulas and examples that do the problems differently, and the vast amount of random variables are making my head spin. I know that P(Y = 1 | N = n) = (P(N = n | Y = 1) * P(Y = 1)) / P(N = n) but I don't know if I can use that formula, seeing as how I don't know most of those variables.
For the second two, I know that E(Y) = E(E(Y | N)) but how would I find E(Y | N) in the first place?