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An ordinary deck of 52 cards is divided randomly into 26 pairs Using Chebyshev’s inequality, find an upper bound for the probability that at most 10 pairs consist of a black and a red card


An ordinary deck of 52 cards is divided randomly into 26 pairs. Using Chebyshev’s inequality, find an upper bound for the probability that, at most, 10 pairs consist of a black and a red card. Hint: For i = 1, 2, . . . , 26, let Xi = 1 if the ith red card is paired with a black card and Xi = 0 otherwise. Find an upper bound for

 

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