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Alex and Beth play a game in which they use a random number generator to create a random number between 0 and 10.
Alex expands (x+x^-n)^10
Beth expands (x+x^-10)^n
The winner is the person whose expansion has a term independent of x.
Who is more likely to win and by how much?
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