anonymous
  • anonymous
I throw darts repeatedly. Assume that on each throw I have a 1% chance of hitting the bullseye, independently of all other throws. (Note that this implies for example that repetition doesn’t help my aim get any better; in my case that might not be such a bad assumption.) Find the chance that it takes me more than 100 throws to hit the bullseye.
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anonymous
  • anonymous
0.99^100=0.366
anonymous
  • anonymous
rotenberg could you explain how you arrived at this!!!!!!!!!!!

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