Question

A computer controlled slot machine is making its debut at my casino. Five tokens are inserted and a button pushed. The machine makes whirring noises, lights flash, the box goes beep-beep-blippa, and the display stops flashing to reveal three colored rect- angles: one on the left side, one in the middle, and one on the right side. Each of the colored rectangles will display one of the five colors white, blue, purple, red, black independently with P[White] = P[Blue] = P[Purple] = P[Red] = 1P[Black]. The payoff table looks like this: Display shows (rectangles) Payout (tokens) 2 3 white 3 blue 3 purple 3 red 2 red/1 non-red 1 red/2 non-red anything else 500 100 50 6 4 2 no payout

Part 1a: What is the probability of each of these patterns?

Part 1b: What is the player’s expected gain per play?

Answer #1

1. A particular slot machine in a casino has payouts set so that
the probability of winning money in one play of the slot machine is
29%. Each game on the slot machine is independent of all other
games played on that machine. If a player chooses to play three
games in a row on this machine, what is the probability that he or
she will win money in every one of those three games?
2. In a short string...

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are going to the opening game of the NFL Super Bowl champion
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alphabetically): Edge, Elliot, Grey, Holmes, and Payne. They each
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Homework
Draw class diagrams for your HW4 - the Tetris Game shown
below:
Part 1: UML As a review, Here are some links to some
explanations of UML diagrams if you need them.
•
https://courses.cs.washington.edu/courses/cse403/11sp/lectures/lecture08-uml1.pdf
(Links to an external site.)
• http://creately.com/blog/diagrams/class-diagram-relationships/
(Links to an external site.)
• http://www.cs.bsu.edu/homepages/pvg/misc/uml/ (Links to an
external site.) However you ended up creating the UML from HW4,
your class diagram probably had some or all of these features:
• Class variables: names, types, and...

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