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October 8th, 2019, 11:27 AM   #1
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Probability with sequence

Given sequence $\displaystyle s:\{ n, 1+n, 2+n, 3+n, ...., 2n \}$ , find probability such that when we choose n random elements from the sequence , their product is minimal.

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So in other words find the probability that you choose the first n elements of the sequence.

$p = \dfrac{1}{\dbinom{2n}{n}}$
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