17-2 Game Show UncertaintyIn the final round of a TV game show, contestants have a chance to increase their current winnings of$1 million to $2 million. If they are wrong, their prize is decreased to $500,000. A contestant thinksHis guess will be right 50% of the time. Should he play? What is the lowest probability of a correctguess that would make playing profitable?

17-2 Game Show UncertaintyIn the final round of a TV game show, contestants have a chance to increase their current winnings of$1 million to $2 million. If they are wrong, their prize is decreased to $500,000. A contestant thinksHis guess will be right 50% of the time. Should he play? What is the lowest probability of a correctguess that would make playing profitable?

17-2 Game Show UncertaintyIn the final round of a TV game show, contestants have a chance to increase their current winnings of$1 million to $2 million. If they are wrong, their prize is decreased to $500,000. A contestant thinksHis guess will be right 50% of the time. Should he play? What is the lowest probability of a correctguess that would make playing profitable?