Question

A
game is played on nine squares, numbered 1 through 9. It costs $1
to play the game. A computer program randomly selects 4 of the 9
squares to be colored red, 3 of the squares to be colored blue and
the remaining 2 squares to be colored white. Before the program is
run, the player selects 4 squares to color red, 3 squares to color
blue and 2 squares to color white. If the color of each square
chosen by the player matches that selected by the computer program,
then the player wins $1000. What is the expected gain or loss if
this game is played 100 times?

Answer #1

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•
https://courses.cs.washington.edu/courses/cse403/11sp/lectures/lecture08-uml1.pdf
(Links to an external site.)
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