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Prabha R

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From: india
Registered: 11/9/06
problem on probability
Posted: Nov 9, 2006 11:29 PM
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I am unable to prove this. Can somebody help me?
If m things are distributed among a men and b women, prove that the probability that the number of things received by men is odd is
1/2{1 -[(b-a) to the power of m]/(b+a)to the power of m)}

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