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    Computer Discrete Event Simulation

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    Suppose you are playing a simple card game with three special cards:
    - A blue card that is blue on both sides,
    - A red card that is red on both sides, and
    - A mixed card that is blue on one side and red on the other.

    All the cards are placed into a hat and one is pulled at random and placed on a table. The side facing up is blue.

    Hint: use either a simple Monte Carlo simulation in Excel, or build a discrete event simulation to answer the following question:

    What are the odds that the other side is also blue?

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