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revised What is the importance of 3n in the Collatz Conjecture?
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comment What are Belgium's chances on getting a medal at the 400m finals, given that they have 2 of the 8 athletes?
Very clear answer for people bad at math indeed. Deserves more upvotes if you ask me.
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comment What are Belgium's chances on getting a medal at the 400m finals, given that they have 2 of the 8 athletes?
Haha, great answer. Never thought about expanding the reasoning to 3 athletes.
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revised What are Belgium's chances on getting a medal at the 400m finals, given that they have 2 of the 8 athletes?
added: 'assuming every runner has the same capabilities'
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comment What are Belgium's chances on getting a medal at the 400m finals, given that they have 2 of the 8 athletes?
Ok ok, I'm no mathematician, so indeed, it's assuming everyone has equal chances. Also assuming every lane on the track has the exact same resistance, wind conditions,... ;) I thought the question would be clear enough. It's about the calculation of the probability.
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