| William Nicholson - 1809
...of thirteen cards of one colour, and another heap of thirteen cards of another colour, what is tbe **probability that, taking one card at a venture out of each heap, I** shall take out the two aces ? The probability of taking the ace out of the first heap is Jj, the probability... | |
| Encyclopedias and dictionaries - 1823
...an equality. Suppose there is л heap of thirteen cards of one colour, and another heap of thirteen **cards of another colour ; What is the probability, that, taking one card at a venture out of each** head, I shall take out the two aces ? The probability of taking the ace out of the first heap is T... | |
| Theodore Hailperin - Mathematics - 1996 - 304 pages
...illustrates the notions by two "Problems". These, or similar ones, are now stock examples: 1°. Suppose **there is a heap of 13 Cards of one colour, and another...another colour, what is the Probability that taking** a Card at a venture out of each heap, I shall take the two Aces? The Probability of taking the Ace... | |
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