Emily P.

asked • 04/10/17

Gil, Nick and Sara are at target practice. Gil hits the target with 0.5 probability, Nick with 0.3 and Sara with 0.6, If they each take a shot, in that order

Gil, Nick and Sara are at target practice. Gil hits the target with 0.5 probability, Nick with 0.3 and Sara with 0.6, If they each take a shot, in that order: What is the probability that they all hit the target? Probability that two of them hit the target? Probability that at least one?

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