## Questions d'entretien

Entretien pour Financial Analyst

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# A casino decides it wants to open a new game on the floor. You win by rolling a die. If you roll 1, you get a \$1000, if you roll 2, you get \$2000, and so on and so forth. How much should the casino charge in order to come out ahead?

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Bill le

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> \$6500 for each time rolling a dice

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Probability of paying out each die number is 16.67% per roll. So, over time, the casino will pay out \$3500 per player. \$3,501+ is the price to come out on top.

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\$701 based on the probability involved. [1/6 x ( \$21,000) ] / 6 = Price of Game * 5/6, x = 700 so add 1 dollar to the price to come out on top.

Bill le

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In addition to how much you think the casino should charge a player, also think about how much it costs to place that game on the casino floor.

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