# A single-elimination tournament with four players is to be held. A total of three games will be played. In Game 1, the players seeded (rated) first and fourth play. In Game 2, the players seeded second and third play. In Game 3, the winners of Games 1 and 2 play, with the winner of Game 3 declared the tournament winner.

A single-elimination tournament with four players is to be held. A total of three games will be played. In Game 1, the players seeded (rated) first and fourth play. In Game 2, the players seeded second and third play. In Game 3, the winners of Games 1 and 2 play, with the winner of Game 3 declared the tournament winner. Suppose that the following probabilities are given:

a. Describe how you would use a selection of random digits to simulate Game 1 of this tournament.

b. Describe how you would use a selection of random digits to simulate Game 2 of this tournament.

c. How would you use a selection of random digits to simulate the third game in the tournament?

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