# A problem of probability

Two players play a game using the interval $[0,33]$ on the $x$-axis. The first player randomly chooses a square of side length $s∈Z_+$ , which has a side that lies entirely on the interval. The second player randomly chooses a circle with radius $r∈Z_+$ , which has a diameter that lies entirely on the interval. After repeating choosing random squares and circles in this fashion, the players realize that the probability that the circle and square intersect is $1/2$. Let $S=\{(s,r):$ probability of intersection is $1/2 \}$ . Determine $\sum_{(s,r)∈S} (s+r)$.

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Somebody decided to turn to MSE to get their homework done and is rapidly posting it on the site by parts. –  Did Apr 2 '13 at 9:39
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