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Pablo plays 3 rounds of a game, in which his chances of winn [#permalink]
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Pablo plays 3 rounds of a game, in which his chances of winning each round are 1/3 ,1/6 , and 1/n, respectively. If n ≠ 0, what is the probability that Pablo wins the first two rounds, but loses the third?

A. 1/18n B. (n-1)/18n C. 1/2n D. (n+2)/2n E. (3n-2)/2n

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Re: Pablo plays 3 rounds of a game, in which his chances of winn [#permalink]
09 Sep 2013, 01:49

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siddhans wrote:

Pablo plays 3 rounds of a game, in which his chances of winning each round are 1/3 ,1/6 , and 1/n, respectively. If n ≠ 0, what is the probability that Pablo wins the first two rounds, but loses the third?

A. 1/18n B. (n-1)/18n C. 1/2n D. (n+2)/2n E. (3n-2)/2n

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