I swear smthung is missing from thisIn a raffle, the chance of winning a prize is one out of ten. If I purchase twelve tickets, what is the probability of winning exactly two prizes? Stuck on this question please send help!!!
idk but the question wants me to use perms and combs but I got stuckYou don't know sample space how is this question even possible the chances of winning are also variable
Does it want us to assume that there are 120 people in running to buy it?idk but the question wants me to use perms and combs but I got stuck
Prolly not Idk how it would work, I supposed there would be a 12C2 way of winning from the 12 tickets? but I got stuck from there lolDoes it want us to assume that there are 120 people in running to buy it?
YOU ARE A GENIUS MY MAN DING DING DING YOU GOT IT RIGHT THANK YOU !!!!!!!The question is poorly worded, but if each ticket is for a separate raffle drawing then binomial probability gives