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The Importance of a Game

by Mark F. Schilling (California State University Northridge)

This article originally appeared in:
Mathematics Magazine
October, 1994

Subject classification(s): Statistics and Probability | Probability
Applicable Course(s): 2.6 Math Liberal Arts | 7.2 Probability

Probabilistic analysis of the importance of a game in a series of games in a competition

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Probability | Joint, Marginal, Conditional Distributions
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