For example, let's move on the dice roll example. We will roll the dice until we get the result of 6. So how likely are we to get the number 6 at the end of the 2nd trial?
• First, let's determine the probability of success for an experiment. For this example, the probability of success is equal to 1/6. (p = ⅙)
• Calculate how many mistakes you will make before a success. According to our question, only one shot will fail to achieve success in the 2nd shot. (x = 1)
• When we replace it in the formula, P = (1 - ⅙) 1 * ⅙ = will be 13.89%.
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