Jayasree posted an Question
October 28, 2021 • 08:58 am 30 points
  • CSIR NET
  • Physical Sciences

51. a random walker travels along a one- dimensional discrete lattice (labelled by points -n, -n+1, .0,.. n - 1, n) by putting random steps of length 1 unit tow

51. A random walker travels along a one- dimensional discrete lattice (labelled by points -N, -N+1, .0,.. N - 1, N) by putting random steps of length 1 unit towards left or right. If the initial position is zero, the probability of finding the walker at the 0th position in a 6 step walk is 9 (A) 256 (B) 18 C) 9 5 (D) 16

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