| Encyclopaedia Perthensis - 1807
...which they may happen, and likewife the fame number ¿ of chances by which thty may fail, raife a-ifh **to the power n. And if A and B play together, on condition that if** cither one or more of the events in queftian happen, A fhall win, anii B lofe, the probability of A'a... | |
| 1809
...the same number b of chances by which they may fail, raise a-\-b to the power ». And if Л and В **play together, on condition that if either one or more of the events in** question happen, A shall win, and В lose, the probability of A's winning will be «4-*!"—&• and... | |
| Encyclopaedia Perthensis - 1816
...which they may happen, and likewilc the fune number b of chances by which they may tail, raife tj+i **to the power n. And if A and B play together, on condition that** it either one or more <-f the evepts in qucftion happen, A fliall win, and II lofe, the probability... | |
| Encyclopedias and dictionaries - 1823
...happen, and likewise the same number b of chances by which they may fail, raise a + ¿ to the power it. **And if A and B play together, on condition that if either one or more of the events in** question happen, A shall win, and B lo^e, the probability of A's winning will be • —— , and that... | |
| Florence Nightingale David - Mathematics - 1998 - 275 pages
...and likewise the same number b of Chances by which they may fail, raise a + b to the power n. And ifA **and B play together, on condition that if either one or more of the Events in** question do happen, A shall win and B lose, the probability of A's winning will be (a+b)'—b 5 . F'... | |
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