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You are involove in a game where two card are dealt consectively. Supposethat the dealer pays you $3of the second card dealt is a club, regardless of the first card and that you pay him $1 if the second card in not a club and the first card is not an ace. (othewise, no money changes hands.) Use [tex]\sum[/tex][tex]f_{i}[/tex][tex]p_{i}[/tex] to compute the mean value of the money you win per game if you play it many time.

The ans is 5.8cent

I have spent a lot of time on that, but i still don't understand.

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