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    Tricky (but interesting) question

    Hey everyone, I have an idea of why we are led to that word in this passage, but have no idea how I can prove it using probability/binomial theorem.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hellohello123 View Post
    Hey everyone, I have an idea of why we are led to that word in this passage, but have no idea how I can prove it using probability/binomial theorem.

    This looks like a question from an assignment that counts towards your final grade. Thread closed.
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