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# Epsilon trial

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In a single Epsilon trial, the probability of Outcome T is 1/4. Suppose a researcher conducts a series of n independent Epsilon trials. Let P = the probability that Outcome T occurs at least once in n trials. Is P > 1/2?

Statement #1: n > 3

Statement #2: n < 6

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08 Sep 2017, 04:41
avinsethi wrote:
In a single Epsilon trial, the probability of Outcome T is 1/4. Suppose a researcher conducts a series of n independent Epsilon trials. Let P = the probability that Outcome T occurs at least once in n trials. Is P > 1/2?

Statement #1: n > 3

Statement #2: n < 6

Discussed here: in-a-single-epsilon-trial-the-probability-of-outcome-t-is-1-4-supp-194194.html

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