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Probability of constant leading (Posted on 2015-10-05) Difficulty: 3 of 5
Imagine an election between two candidates.
A receives m votes, B receives n votes, and A wins (m>n).

If the ballots are cast one at a time, what is the probability that A will lead all the way throughout the voting process?

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re(2): Formula with partial proofJer2015-10-06 12:58:38
Hints/Tipsre: reference....partial spoilerAdy TZIDON2015-10-06 10:54:54
referencexdog2015-10-06 09:34:54
Hints/Tipsre: Formula with partial proofAdy TZIDON2015-10-06 08:31:12
Some ThoughtsFormula with partial proofJer2015-10-06 08:15:19
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