Answer to Question #19710 in Statistics and Probability for Sam
A family in Norway has hit the lottery jackpot for the third time in six years - and the wins have so far all coincided with the birth of a new baby. The latest lucky winner is 19-year-old Tord Oksnes who won 12.2m Norwegian krone (£1.3m) last week on the country's national lottery. Before him, his 26-year-old sister Hege Jeanette had pocketed £882,000 in 2010, only four years after their 58-year-old father Leif won £441,000 on the same lottery.
The lucky numbers were drawn every time Hege Jeanette was pregnant or had just given birth and two of the births took place within hours of a family member winning.
When asked about the family's secret to winning the jackpot, the lucky mother replied: "Getting pregnant."
Establish the odds of Tord Oksnes winning the lottery with consideration for all the unique conditions found in this case.
The correct answers will provide the following:
1: correct assumptions and models/distributions used with justification.
2: relevant simplifications with explanatio
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