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Two students play the following game Two dice are tossed

Two students play the following game. Two dice are tossed. If the sum of the numbers showing is less than 7, student A collects a dollar from student B. If the total is greater than 7, then student B collects a dollar from student A. If a 7 appears, then the student with the fewest dollars collects a dollar from the other. If the students have the same amount, then no dollars are exchanged. The game continues until one student runs out of dollars. Let student A's number of dollars represent the states. Let each student start with 3 dollars.

(a) What is the transition matrix, P?

(b) If student A reaches state 0 or 6, then he stays there with probability 1. What is the probability that student B loses in 3 tosses of the dice?

(c) What is the probability that student A loses in 5 or fewer tosses?

(a) What is the transition matrix, P?

(b) If student A reaches state 0 or 6, then he stays there with probability 1. What is the probability that student B loses in 3 tosses of the dice?

(c) What is the probability that student A loses in 5 or fewer tosses?

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