I ended up solving it by using a triangle and writing out the probability of each tile (look in attachments) however, I would like to know of a formula or something to figure this out.
The game Flashbert creates an interesting problem.
The probability of a marble landing on the left bottom corner is simple
what I can't figure out is the probability of a marble landing in the center tile of the bottom row... any thoughts on how to solve it?
The formula is for the binomial distribution: where here n = 6, p = 1/2 and k = 0 to n.Originally Posted by Quick