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Suspect One

# Suspect One

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EXAMINATION
FIRST UBER SUSPECT TESTOHKO CLAUSE
Each part of a problem is independent of the other parts. Generation 5 mechanics are assumed. Unlessstated otherwise, assume that no relevant abilities, like Pressure or Sturdy, or relevant moves, like a targetusing Protect, are present. All Pok´emon are at Level 100 unless otherwise stated.1. (a) (4) State the names of the OHKO moves.(b) (6) State the ways in which the accuracy of an OHKO move may be modiﬁed.(c) (8) State how an OHKO move may fail to knock out a target, assuming it does not miss.(d) (4) Explain how OHKO moves may be regarded as a limiting case of regular damaging moves.2. (a) (7) Determine the respective probabilities that two, three, four, ﬁve, six, seven, and eight OHKOmoves miss consecutively.(b) (3) Determine the respective probabilities that two, three, four, ﬁve, six, seven, and eight OHKOmoves hit consecutively.3. (a) (12) Determine the respective probabilities that zero, one, two, three, four, ﬁve, six, and sevenOHKO moves hit, not necessarily consecutively, out of eight OHKO moves used.(b) (5) Determine the respective probabilities that zero, one, two, three, four, ﬁve, six, and sevenOHKO moves miss, not necessarily consecutively, out of eight OHKO moves used.4. (10) Explain why the combination of Mind Reader and an OHKO move is superior, from a raw statisticalperspective and disregarding PP, to simply using the OHKO move repeatedly.5. Two Pok´emon with the same Speed, A and B, use OHKO moves against each other.(a) (3) Assuming OHKO moves have inﬁnite PP, state the probability that A knocks out B.(b) (3) Determine the probability that after two turns, neither Pok´emon has been knocked out.(c) (4) Each Pok´emon has one OHKO move, with 8 PP. Determine the probability that all PP isconsumed before either Pokemon is knocked out.6. Two Pok´emon, A and B, use OHKO moves against each other. A has higher Speed than B.(a) (15) Assuming OHKO moves have inﬁnite PP, determine the probability that A knocks out B.(b) (10) Each Pok´emon has one OHKO move, with 8 PP. Determine the probability that all PP isconsumed before either Pokemon is knocked out, and determine the probability that A knocksout B.7. Two Pok´emon, A and B, use OHKO moves against each other. A has the ability Speed Boost. BothA and B start at +0 Speed. Assume that OHKO moves have inﬁnite PP.(a) (15) A’s Speed is 1, and B’s Speed is 2. Determine the probability that A knocks out B.(b) (10) A’s Speed is 4, and B’s Speed is 7. Determine the probability that A knocks out B.1

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A formal Pokemon exam? Jesus Christ... To anyone seriously filling this out, stop for a minute and please re-evaluate your life.
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