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    Probability check

    I had an assignment and I got this part of equation:
    P^4*(1-P)^0

    Is it correct how I solved it ?
    = P^4-P^4
    remember the Power is 0
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    No matter which is a is a^{0}=1 , so that...
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    so was it correct?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mathematicsfan View Post
    so was it correct?
    How did you obtain P^4-P^4\;\;?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mathematicsfan View Post
    I had an assignment and I got this part of equation:
    P^4*(1-P)^0

    Is it correct how I solved it ?
    = P^4-P^4
    remember the Power is 0
    There is a difference between

    P^4(1-P)^0

    and

    P^4\left(1-P^0\right)
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