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Random^Random (Posted on 2014-10-29) Difficulty: 5 of 5
Let A and B each be random real numbers chosen from the uniform interval (0,1).

Call Z the tenths place digit of AB.

Find the probability distribution of Z.

See The Solution Submitted by Jer    
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Solution table of numeric integration | Comment 4 of 9 |
(In reply to re: towards an analytic solution - numeric integration by Charlie)

9 0.2870992757
8 0.1659481797
7 0.1254967284
6 0.1008015310
5 0.0831290511
4 0.0693004426
3 0.0577480536
2 0.0474825330
1 0.0375744516
0 0.0254197533

For dg = 9 To 1 Step -1
 lp = Log(dg / 10)
 Text1.Text = Text1.Text & crlf
 n = 10000000
  tot = 0
 For x = 1 / (2 * n) To 1 - 1 / (2 * n) Step 1 / n
  tot = tot + Exp(lp / x)
 Next
 Text1.Text = Text1.Text & dg & " " & mform(1 - tot / n - prev, "0.0000000000")
 prev = 1 - tot / n
 DoEvents
Next dg
Text1.Text = Text1.Text & crlf & dg & " " & mform(1 - prev, "0.0000000000")
 
 
and the previously discerned accuracy using 10,000,000 intervals in the numeric integration.

  Posted by Charlie on 2014-10-29 15:41:37
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