@David Harper CFA FRM - David, could you please explain how you arrived at values of k as 6 (prob. of ending at $100) and 9 (prob. of ending at $177.16)in following example noted in the Study notes (Chapter 3: Common Univariate Random Variables, pg.6)?
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