Distance is not relevant to this problem. Assume we have N sample. It is atleast K samples that should occur.
On Saturday, May 4, 2013 7:01:12 PM UTC+5:30, Barry Schwarz wrote: > What does it mean for two samples to be separated in distance? > > > > When you say K of them occurs, to you mean at least K or exactly K? > > > > On Sat, 4 May 2013 05:50:09 -0700 (PDT), firstname.lastname@example.org wrote: > > > > >[Question] > > >I have N samples with each separated by distance meters. Probability of > > > > > >each samples are P0.....Pn-1. Now I need to find probability that at > > >least K of this occurs. There are N samples each with different > > >probabilities , I need to find out K of them occurs . Each can occur > > >only once. > > > > > >[Difficulty] > > >If it were equal probability things would have been simpler. Since there > > > > > >can be many combinations now. Total probability of K event out of N > > >occurring with unequal probability is little tricky. Each can occur only > > > > -- > > Remove del for email