Electronic Proceedings of the Twentyfourth Annual International Conference on Technology in Collegiate MathematicsOrlando, Florida, March 2225, 2012Paper S085
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Investigating the St. Petersburg Paradox with Maple 
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We explore problems associated with the Saint Petersburg Paradox, beyond the usual expected value computation for a single play of the game. Maple is used to simulate repeated plays of the game, as well as for the computation of various theoretical probabilities relating to the game.
Keyword(s): Maple, probability