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## Main Question or Discussion Point

I have been given a question that reads:

In a taste testing experiment N judges are offered four different brands of orange juice to taste.

Suppose Y is the number of of judges that choose brand A as the best.

I know that the probability of a judge choosing A is 1/4.

I have been asked what is the probability that at least one judge chooses brand A given that there are 10 judges.

My question is what would be the best distribution to use?

As I'm going to have to simulate 1000 trials.

Thanks

Brendan

In a taste testing experiment N judges are offered four different brands of orange juice to taste.

Suppose Y is the number of of judges that choose brand A as the best.

I know that the probability of a judge choosing A is 1/4.

I have been asked what is the probability that at least one judge chooses brand A given that there are 10 judges.

My question is what would be the best distribution to use?

As I'm going to have to simulate 1000 trials.

Thanks

Brendan