Question

Crafting Cost Problem

a herb cost $25, by turning it into pigment yield the following probability:

100% chance of getting: 2 x Pigment A

25% chance of getting bonus: 1x Pigment B

now i wanna know the crafting cost of pigment A and B

Answer #1

We know that

Given Cost of her = $25

Let x1= 2xPigment A

Therefore x1= 2x25

x1= 50

Given P(x1) = 100% = 100/100 = 1

Let x2 = 1xPIgment B

i.e x2 = 1x25

Therefore x2 = 25

Given P(x2) = 25% = 25/100 = 0.25

Now Crafting Cost of PIgments A and B is

Therefore Crafting Cost of PIgments A and B is $56.25

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