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How can you roll a dice by tossing a coin? Can you use your probability knowledge? Use your conditioning skills.

Suppose, you have gone to a picnic with your friends. You have planned to play the physical version of the Snake and Ladder game. You found out that you have lost your dice. **The shit just became real!**

Now, you have an **unbiased coin **in your wallet / purse**.** You know **Probability. **

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Ofcourse, you know chances better than others. :3

Take a coin.

Toss it 3 times. Record the outcomes.

HHH = Number 1

HHT = Number 2

HTH = Number 3

HTT = Number 4

THH = Number 5

THT = Number 6

TTH = Reject it, don't ccount the toss and toss again

TTT = Reject it, don't ccount the toss and toss again

Voila done!

**What is the probability of HHH in this experiment?**

Let X be the outcome in the restricted experiment as shown.

How is this experiment is different from the actual experiment?

This experiment is conditioning on the event A = {HHH, HHT, HTH, HTT, THH, THT}.

Beautiful right?

Can you generalize this idea?

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How can you roll a dice by tossing a coin? Can you use your probability knowledge? Use your conditioning skills.

Suppose, you have gone to a picnic with your friends. You have planned to play the physical version of the Snake and Ladder game. You found out that you have lost your dice. **The shit just became real!**

Now, you have an **unbiased coin **in your wallet / purse**.** You know **Probability. **

starts playing in the background. :p

Ofcourse, you know chances better than others. :3

Take a coin.

Toss it 3 times. Record the outcomes.

HHH = Number 1

HHT = Number 2

HTH = Number 3

HTT = Number 4

THH = Number 5

THT = Number 6

TTH = Reject it, don't ccount the toss and toss again

TTT = Reject it, don't ccount the toss and toss again

Voila done!

**What is the probability of HHH in this experiment?**

Let X be the outcome in the restricted experiment as shown.

How is this experiment is different from the actual experiment?

This experiment is conditioning on the event A = {HHH, HHT, HTH, HTT, THH, THT}.

Beautiful right?

Can you generalize this idea?

Books for ISI MStat Entrance Exam

How to Prepare for ISI MStat Entrance Exam

ISI MStat and IIT JAM Stat Problems and Solutions

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