| Isaac Todhunter - Probabilities - 1865 - 624 pages
...time B may likewise be winner of the number p of Stakes, so that both circumstances may happen. LXVII. **To find what Probability there is, that in a given...may win the number q of Stakes; with this farther** condition, that B during that whole number of Games may never have been winner of the number p of Stakes.... | |
| Isaac Todhunter - Probabilities - 1865 - 624 pages
...time B may likewise be winner of the number p of Stakes, so that both circumstances may happen. LXVII. **To find what Probability there is, that in a given...may win the number q of Stakes; with this farther** condition, that B during that whole number of Games may never have been winner of the number p of Stakes.... | |
| Anders Hald - Mathematics - 2003 - 586 pages
...(1713, p. 270) finds the result 26,606/32,768, whereas de Moivre (1718, p. 117) gets 31,171/32768. 8. **“To Find what Probability there is, that in a given...may win the number q of Stakes, with this farther** condition, that B, during the whole number of Games, may never have been winner of the number p of... | |
| Anders Hald - Mathematics - 2003 - 586 pages
...so that both circumstances may Happen" (De Moi vre, 1 7 1 8, Problem 4 1 ; 1 7 1 2, Problem 26). 8. **"To Find what Probability there is, that in a given...may win the number q of Stakes; with this farther** condition, that B, during the whole number of Games, may never have been winner of the number p of... | |
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