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At a charity event there is a money-raising game involving a pair of ordinary dice. The

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At a charity event there is a money-raising game involving a pair of ordinary dice. The game costs $a to play. When the two dice are rolled, their sum is described by the variable X. The organisers decide that a sum which is less than 4 or between 7 and 9 inclusive is a loss of $ a 3 , a result between 4 and 6 inclusive gives a return of $7, and a result of 10 or more gives a return of $21. a Determine P(X 6 3), P(4 6 X 6 6), P(7 6 X 6 9), and P(X > 10). b Show that the expected gain of a player is given by 1 6 (35 7a) dollars. c What value would a need to have for the game to be fair? d Explain why the organisers would not let a be 4. e If the organisers let a be 6 and the game was played 2406 times, estimate the amount of money raised by this game.

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Textbook: Mathematics for the International Student: Mathematics SL
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Author: Sandra Haese, Michael Haese, Robert Haese, Mark Humphries, Marjut Maenpaa
ISBN: 9781921972089

The full step-by-step solution to problem: 14 from chapter: 23 was answered by , our top Math solution expert on 03/15/18, 06:04PM. Mathematics for the International Student: Mathematics SL was written by and is associated to the ISBN: 9781921972089. Since the solution to 14 from 23 chapter was answered, more than 1080 students have viewed the full step-by-step answer. This full solution covers the following key subjects: . This expansive textbook survival guide covers 25 chapters, and 453 solutions. This textbook survival guide was created for the textbook: Mathematics for the International Student: Mathematics SL, edition: 3. The answer to “At a charity event there is a money-raising game involving a pair of ordinary dice. The game costs $a to play. When the two dice are rolled, their sum is described by the variable X. The organisers decide that a sum which is less than 4 or between 7 and 9 inclusive is a loss of $ a 3 , a result between 4 and 6 inclusive gives a return of $7, and a result of 10 or more gives a return of $21. a Determine P(X 6 3), P(4 6 X 6 6), P(7 6 X 6 9), and P(X > 10). b Show that the expected gain of a player is given by 1 6 (35 7a) dollars. c What value would a need to have for the game to be fair? d Explain why the organisers would not let a be 4. e If the organisers let a be 6 and the game was played 2406 times, estimate the amount of money raised by this game.” is broken down into a number of easy to follow steps, and 169 words.

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