And we are assuming after the first card is drawn it is put back into the stack, otherwise the second card's probability would change due to a different denominator in it's probability calculation?
Hello all,
Let's suppose that we are given 6 chances to draw for two specific numbers. (Though perhaps that 6 chances doesn't really matter?) Let's call these two numbers to be drawn as A and B. They can be drawn in either order, AB or BA, but they need to be drawn next to each other.
The likelihood of withdrawing A is 0.155%. The likelihood of withdrawing B is 0.011%.
What is the likelihood of withdrawing AB or BA in a row?
Thanks!
And we are assuming after the first card is drawn it is put back into the stack, otherwise the second card's probability would change due to a different denominator in it's probability calculation?
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