A message can follow different paths through servers on a network. The senders message can go to one of five servers for the first step, each of them can send to five servers at the second step, each of which can send to four servers at the third step, and then the message goes to the recipients server.
(a) How many paths are possible?
(b) If all paths are equally likely, what is the probability that a message passes through the first of four servers at the third step?Solution: |

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