Probability Question #4

Probability Question #4

JC Mathematics

A gambler bets on one of the integers from 1 to 6. Three fair dice are then rolled. If the gambler’s number appears k times (k = 1, 2, 3), he wins $ k. If his number fails to appear, he loses $1. Calculate the gambler’s expected winnings

Statistics related articles

JC Mathematics

Here is a compilation of all the Statistics articles KS has done. Students should read them when they are free to improve their mathematics skills. They will come in handy! 🙂

1. What does unbiased in Math mean?
2. What is r-value?
3. Why is the r-value independent of translation and scaling? #1
4. Why is the r-value independent of translation and scaling? #2
5. Why can’t we extrapolate regression lines?
6. What is a regression line?
7. Simulation for Hypothesis Testing
8. Type I vs Type II Errors
9. A little about Central Limit Theorem
10. What is a good estimate?
11. Using symmetrical properties of Normal Curve to solve questions
12. Bayesian vs Frequentist Statistics

Integration related articles

JC Mathematics

Here is a compilation of all the Integration articles KS has done. Students should read them when they are free to improve their mathematics skills. They will come in handy! 🙂

1. Integrating Trigonometric Functions (1)
2. Integrating Trigonometric Functions (2)
3. Integrating Trigonometric Functions (3)
4. Integrating Trigonometric Functions (4)
5. Integrating Trigonometric Functions (5)
6. Leibniz’s Formula for \pi
7. Simpson’s Rule
8. Evaluating Integrals with Modulus