Finite math
posted by Samantha .
i need help with this:
A friend and i go to a chinese restaurant every firday. our 2 fortune cookies list 6 #s between 155. we chack each week which ones match. If the numbers are truely random, calculate the possiblity of 0,1,2 ect. matching #s
There's a chart
outcomes(# matching #s)1 2 3 4 5 6
Probability ? ? ? ? ? ?
the probabilities must eqaul to 1
ktuuu
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