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In January 2014, the company Quicken Loans made news by announcing that it would pay $1 billion to the person who submitted the perfect NCAA bracket for the men

In January 2014, the company Quicken Loans made news by announcing that it would pay $1 billion to the
person who submitted the perfect NCAA bracket for the men’s Division I tournament that year. The company
bought an insurance policy from Warren Buffett’s holding company Berkshire Hathaway to cover the cost of
any prize money.
Winning the $1 billion prize required a contestant to complete a bracket that predicted correctly the outcome of
63 games. What is the probability that a person who predicted the winners of the 63 games by random choice
would have a perfect bracket? Express your answer in terms of a power of 2.

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