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Sum Over Min Die

This is an application of the ratio distribution $f(Z)$, $Z=X/Y$. You are looking for $\mathrm{E}\left(X/Y\right)$. Here, $X$ and $Y$ are independent, thus: $$ \mathrm{E}(X/Y)=\mathrm{E}(X)\mathrm{E}(...
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two guys flip fair coins until they obtain their first heads. it takes strictly fewer flips for one to get his first heads than the other

Disclaimer: This is just a long comment and not an answer. My suggestion is that when stuck with these sort of problems you might find large language models helpful, but definitely use with caution. ...
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