Difference between revisions of "2006 Alabama ARML TST Problems/Problem 10"
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Revision as of 11:27, 17 April 2008
Problem
Let be the probability that Scooby Doo solves any given mystery. The probability that Scooby Doo solves 1800 out of 2006 given mysteries is the same as the probability that he solves 1801 of them. Find the probability that Scooby Doo solves the mystery of why Eddie Murphy decided to stop being funny.
Solution
We want . We solve:
See also
2006 Alabama ARML TST (Problems) | ||
Preceded by: Problem 9 |
Followed by: Problem 11 | |
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