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A simulated game of chess is programmed between two computers. The game is supposed to be biased in favor of player B winning 4 out of 5 times. Which is the most suspicious set of outcomes of 30 games played between the two computers?

A.

AABABBBABBBBBBBBABBBABBBBBBBBA

B.

ABBABBAABBBBBABBBBBBBBBBBBBABB

C.

ABBABABABABBABABABABABABABABAA

D.

ABBABBBABBBBBBBBABBBABBBBBBBBB

spirit1 Nov 9, 2018

#1**-1 **

Let's see all of them.

It seems like for all of them B overpowers, except for C.

A, B, D have mostly B's but C has a general mix, therefore, the answer is C.

You are very welcome!

:P

CoolStuffYT Nov 9, 2018