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Hello all, I have a question on determine the transition probabilities for the following Markov chain. I’m not sure how to proceed. For the first part I crossed off the impossible probabilities but how do I calculate the  others? Thank for your time

 

 

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21 hours ago, jpl99 said:

how do I calculate the  others?

Hello. A quick hint to get you started: There seems to be one "obvious" transition where Pij = 1, can you figure out which transition that is? From there you may be able to find out how to reason about the remaining transitions. If not, I can give some more hints once you show where you get stuck.

Hope this helps.

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