5 thoughts on “Probability – 13

  1. In the second part of the question you are telling like k greater than or equal to 36.We have taken care of equal to 36 part ,but what about greater than ?Shouldn’t it be (1/infinity) +(4/10)= (4/10)

    • No, since one of my main aims in this blog is to make the reader think. You need to understand why the answer is what it is; too much detail will defeat the purpose (and insult your intelligence).

      regards
      J

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