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probability problem
Posted: May 4, 2013 8:43 AM
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Hello,

I am stuck with a probability problem. Here is the problem. Any help would be great.

There are N samples each have probability of Pi (i=0......n-1)

I want to find out probability of at least K of them occurs. Each is sampled only once. If probability of N events to be same it would have simpler. now since probability is different , not sure how to calculate this. Please also mention logic behind the calculations.

Thx
Ng\agendra



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