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# Technology A music player or music organization program

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## Solution for problem 3DP Chapter 4

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Problem 3DP

Technology A music player or music organization program can keep track of how many different artists are in a library. First note how many different artists are in your music library. Then find the probability that if 25 songs are selected at random, none will have the same artist.

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Step 1 of 2</p>

We have to find the probability of none of the from the same artist, if 25 songs selected at random

If the music library contains different songs and  different artists

Select 25 songs randomly

Here P(selecting the first song)=

Now the available artista are

Here P(selecting the second song)=

Now the available artista are

Here P(selecting the 3 rd song)=

Similarly P(selecting the 25 th song)=

Step 2 of 2

##### ISBN: 9780073534985

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