Posted by **Saurabh** on Friday, October 7, 2011 at 11:18pm.

In a game of skill, a player has probability 1/3,5/12,1/4 of

scoring 0,1,2 respectively and the game ends when he scores a zero.

Assuming independence of trials, find the probability of the total

score being 'n' when the game ends?

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