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This is **Big Book**

- Fair Dice - Math is Fun - Maths Resources
- International Trade Fair for Die Casting | EUROGUSS

In British English, a fair is an event held in a park or field at which people pay to ride on various machines for amusement or try to win prizes in games.

In British English, a carnival is an outdoor public festival which is held every year in a particular place. During a carnival, music is played and people sometimes dance in the streets.

Don't use 'fair' as an adverb, except in the expression play fair . If you want to say that something is done in a reasonable or just way, the word you use is fairly .

In British English, a fair is an event held in a park or field at which people pay to ride on various machines for amusement or try to win prizes in games.

In British English, a carnival is an outdoor public festival which is held every year in a particular place. During a carnival, music is played and people sometimes dance in the streets.

Don't use 'fair' as an adverb, except in the expression play fair . If you want to say that something is done in a reasonable or just way, the word you use is fairly .

This post highlights certain basic probability problems that are quite easy to do using the concept of Markov chains. Some of these problems are easy to state but may be calculation intensive (if not using Markov chains). But the solutions using Markov chains involve raising a matrix to a power or finding the inverse of a matrix. The concept of Markov chains is a good framework to organize these problems. Interestingly some of these problems are classic problems in probability (tossing coins, rolling dice, occupancy problem, coupon collector problem).

The problems listed here are to highlight the discussion in a companion blog on stochastic processes (links are given below in appropriate places).

Problem 1

A fair coin is tossed repeatedly until the appearance of 4 consecutive heads. Determine the mean number of tosses required.

Venue

Shanghai New International Expo Centre, No.2345 Longyang Road, Pudong New Distrct, Shanghai, China

Date & Opening Times

July 18 – 20, 2018

09:00 – 16:30 (July 18 – 19)

09:00 – 16:00 (July 20)

Organizers:

Chinese Mechanical Engineering Society

Productivity Promotion Center of Foundry Industry of China

Co-organizer:

Foundry Institution of Chinese Mechanical

NürnbergMesse China Co., Ltd.

In British English, a fair is an event held in a park or field at which people pay to ride on various machines for amusement or try to win prizes in games.

In British English, a carnival is an outdoor public festival which is held every year in a particular place. During a carnival, music is played and people sometimes dance in the streets.

Don't use 'fair' as an adverb, except in the expression play fair . If you want to say that something is done in a reasonable or just way, the word you use is fairly .

This post highlights certain basic probability problems that are quite easy to do using the concept of Markov chains. Some of these problems are easy to state but may be calculation intensive (if not using Markov chains). But the solutions using Markov chains involve raising a matrix to a power or finding the inverse of a matrix. The concept of Markov chains is a good framework to organize these problems. Interestingly some of these problems are classic problems in probability (tossing coins, rolling dice, occupancy problem, coupon collector problem).

The problems listed here are to highlight the discussion in a companion blog on stochastic processes (links are given below in appropriate places).

Problem 1

A fair coin is tossed repeatedly until the appearance of 4 consecutive heads. Determine the mean number of tosses required.

Venue

Shanghai New International Expo Centre, No.2345 Longyang Road, Pudong New Distrct, Shanghai, China

Date & Opening Times

July 18 – 20, 2018

09:00 – 16:30 (July 18 – 19)

09:00 – 16:00 (July 20)

Organizers:

Chinese Mechanical Engineering Society

Productivity Promotion Center of Foundry Industry of China

Co-organizer:

Foundry Institution of Chinese Mechanical

NürnbergMesse China Co., Ltd.

The international die casting industry meets at Europe’s biggest trade fair for die casting for the 13th time. The product range shows innovative solutions for die casting processes like aluminium die casting, magnesium die casting or zinc die casting. The event also focuses on topics like rapid prototyping, die casting machinery and material testing.

This post highlights certain basic probability problems that are quite easy to do using the concept of Markov chains. Some of these problems are easy to state but may be calculation intensive (if not using Markov chains). But the solutions using Markov chains involve raising a matrix to a power or finding the inverse of a matrix. The concept of Markov chains is a good framework to organize these problems. Interestingly some of these problems are classic problems in probability (tossing coins, rolling dice, occupancy problem, coupon collector problem).

The problems listed here are to highlight the discussion in a companion blog on stochastic processes (links are given below in appropriate places).

Problem 1

A fair coin is tossed repeatedly until the appearance of 4 consecutive heads. Determine the mean number of tosses required.

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