You draw and keep a single bill from a hat that contains a $11, $55, $20 and $100 bill. What is the expected value of the game to you?
You draw and keep a single bill from a hat that contains a $11, $55, $20...
For $16 you can may play a game of chance: Draw a random number from 1 to 6 from a hat. You square the number you roll and you win that much cash. What is the expected value of such a game (take into account the cost to play)?
Question 6 5 pts Suppose that you value a hat from your favorite university at $20. The university bookstore has the hat on sale for $15. You purchase the hat but lose it on the way home. What should you do? Assume that losing the hat does not alter how you value it. Go back to the bookstore and purchase another hat. Wait until the cost of the hat falls to $15 or less before purchasing another hat. Wait until...
One of the students in this class has created a game and would like for you to play. You have calculated that you will lose the game 45% of the time. At the same time you know that 30% of players will be paid $1 while 20% of players will be paid $2. It is calculated that all other players will receive the $100 prize. What is the expected value for this game? (Enter your solution as a decimal without...
round probabilities to four decimal places. You draw one card from a deck of 52 cards. If you get a heart, you win $18. If you get anything else you pay $5. Note: There are 13 hearts in the deck. a. What is the probability of winning the game? b. What is the expected value of the game? c. If you play the game 100 times, what is your expected gain or loss?
One of the students in this class has created a game and would like for you to play. You have calculated that you will lose the game 45% of the time. At the same time you know that 30% of players will be paid $1 while 20% of players will be paid $2. It is calculated that all other players will receive the $100 prize. What is the expected value for this game? (Enter your solution as a decimal without...
How to solve this using statcrunch You draw a card from a deck. If you get a red card, you win nothing. If you get a spade, you win $11. For any club, you get $20 plus an extra $50 for the ace of clubs. a) Create a probability model for the amount you win at this game. b) Find the expected amount you'll win. c) How much would you be willing to pay to play this game? red any...
In the game of roulette, a player can place a 55 bet on the number 9 and have a probability of winning. If the metal ball lands on 9, the player gets to keep the $5 paid to play the game and the player is awarded an additional $175. Otherwise, the player is awarded nothing and the casino takes the player's $5. What is the expected value of the game to the player? If you played the game 1000 times,...
A 5-card hand is dealt from a standard 52-card deck. If the 5-card hand contains at least one four, you win $12; otherwise, you lose $3. What is the expected value of the game? The expected value of the game is dollars
Consider a play of the casino game `Quick Draw'. In this game, a player pays $11 to play. The player picks one card from a standard pack of 52 cards (i.e. there are four A’s and four K’s in a standard pack of 52 cards). If the player gets an Ace, they win $50 but loose the amount they paid to play (the profit is revenue minus cost); if the player selects a King, they win $30 but loose the...
A 5-card hand is dealt from a standard 52-card deck. If the 5-card hand contains at least one ace, you win $9; otherwise, you lose $1. What is the expected value of the game? The expected value of the game is dollars. (Type an integer or a decimal rounded to two decimal places.)