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StatisticsQ&A LibraryNew Jersey Lottery Let A denote the event of placing a $1 straight bet on the New Jersey Pick 3 lottery and winning. There are 1000 different ways that you can select the three digits (with repetition allowed) in this lottery, and only one of those three-digit numbers will be the winner. What is the value of P(A)? What is the value of P(Ā)?Question

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New Jersey Lottery Let A denote the event of placing a $1 straight bet on the New Jersey Pick 3 lottery and winning. There are 1000 different ways that you can select the three digits (with repetition allowed) in this lottery, and only one of those three-digit numbers will be the winner. What is the value of P(A)? What is the value of P(Ā)?

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Let event *A* denote the placing the straight bet on the ‘New Jersey Pick 3 lottery and winning’.

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