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Majority Rules



In an presidential election between Bipa and Viktor, the winning candidate Bipa received n+k votes, whereas Viktor has received n votes. (n and k are positive integers.) If ballots are counted in a random order, what is the probability that Bipa's accumulating count will always lead his opponent's, and why?


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We already had this problem, something like drawing two different fruits from a handbag. I just cannot locate it.

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