Urgent help: statistics question

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britnz 2012-03-04 16:33:51

A, B and C take turns flipping a coin. The first one to get a head wins. The sample space of this experiment can be defined by

S={1,01,001,0001,...,0000...

a. Interpret the sample space

b. Define the following events in terms of S:

i. A wins = A

ii. B wins = B

iii. (AuB) ^ c

Assume that A flips first, then B, then C, then A, and so on.

A, B and C take turns flipping a coin. The first one to get a head wins. The sample space of this experiment can be defined by

S={1,01,001,0001,...,0000...

a. Interpret the sample space

b. Define the following events in terms of S:

i. A wins = A

ii. B wins = B

iii. (AuB) ^ c

Assume that A flips first, then B, then C, then A, and so on.

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