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\[\Large \left(\begin{matrix}n \\ i\end{matrix}\right)^2\]
this is the real problem

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pretty sure it is \(\dbinom{2n}{n}\) but i can't off the top of my head remember why
i want to find pi0
@satellite73 the book says something about hypergeometric distribuction
actually (2n,n) is just pi0
i am afraid i do not know the meaning of \(\pi_0\)
it is just a probability
oh i see you are supposed to prove that it is a probability by showing the sum is one hmmm
no i have to find pi0,i know it's a probability
i guess i am useless here sorry
acctualy you are rigth were the hell this (2n,n) come from?

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