Show transcribed image text Problem 10 Prove Markov's inequality, and then answer the following: Which of the following would be an example of a good time to use Markov's inequality a) Estimating (or putting a bound on) the probability that a certain number ans that show up to a soccer game, given you know the average attendance in b) Estimating (or putting a bound on) the probability that a normal variable c) Estimating (or putting a bound on) the probability that you will win S1000 recent qames with mean 8 and standard deviation 3 is positive in a lottery if you pay S1 for a ticket and you know that lottery is making money

Problem 10 Prove Markov's inequality, and then answer the following: Which of the following would be an example of a good time to use Markov's inequality a) Estimating (or putting a bound on) the probability that a certain number ans that show up to a soccer game, given you know the average attendance in b) Estimating (or putting a bound on) the probability that a normal variable c) Estimating (or putting a bound on) the probability that you will win S1000 recent qames with mean 8 and standard deviation 3 is positive in a lottery if you pay S1 for a ticket and you know that lottery is making money