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# Probability of a Run of Four Use a simulation approach to

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Problem 14BSC

Problem  14BSC

Probability of a Run of Four Use a simulation approach to find the probability that when six consecutive babies are born, there is a run of at least four babies of the same sex. Describe the simulation procedure used, and determine whether such runs are unlikely.

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Estimated probability is 0.15 which is reasonably close to actual probability 0.15 so such runs are not unlikely.

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