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     EduGorilla 
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    A has one share in a lottery in which there is 1 prize & 2 blanks; B has three shares in a lottery in which there are 3 prizes & 6 blanks: compare the probability of A’s success to that of B’s success as

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     Vlad Filipenko 
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    wow,thanks for that share 🙂 I’ve heard that there is a system along whole lottery, but I didn’t knew that it works like this. Anyway I met other source that include a little different explanation of this and as far as I know it’s all lottery data analysis. Since I gamble a couple of years, I think that it works great in different ways that includes a lot of possibilities to win, but how do you think about it?

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