I need a wee help with this little thing:
A fair coin is being thrown until H comes up for the first time. Let N be the number of times needed for H to turn up. If N=n, we throw n fair dices. Let S be the sum of the numbers turning up on the N dices.
a. find the probability that N=1 if you know that S=4, and the probability that S=6 if you know that N is an even number.
b.Show that the probability that the biggest number the appears on one of the dices is smaller or equal to K is K/12-k ( K is between 1 to 6 )
c.Find the probability that the biggest number that apears on at least one of the dices is K.
I have tried to solve "a" with Bayes's Theorem, but I don't know how to calculate P(S=4)....
( and sorry about my english...)