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Roll a die $n$ times and let $M$ be the number of times you roll $6$. Assume that $n$ is large.
(c) How large should $n$ be so that the probability in(b) is larger than $0.99$?
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Roll a die $n$ times and let $M$ be the number of times you roll $6$. Assume that $n$ is large. (b) Write down an approximation, in terms on $n$ and $\phi$, of the probability that $M$ differs from its expectation by less than $10$ %
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Probability Gravner 82.a
Roll a die $n$ times and let $M$ be the number of times you roll $6$. Assume that $n$ is large. (a) Compute the expectation $EM$.
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