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# A family has j children with probability pj, wherep1 = .1,

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Problem 3.32

A family has j children with probability pj, wherep1 = .1, p2 = .25, p3 = .35, p4 = .3. A childfrom this family is randomly chosen. Given thatthis child is the eldest child in the family, find theconditional probability that the family has (a) only 1 child;(b) 4 children.Redo (a) and (b) when the randomly selected childis the youngest child of the family.

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