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 Dec 4 asked Random range that iteratively multiplied by itself tends to 1 Apr 5 awarded Notable Question Mar 31 awarded Popular Question Dec 22 awarded Autobiographer Apr 28 comment Simple or maybe not so simple probabilistic question Your reading is perfectly right. I'll check that article. Hope I can manage to plug it with your explanation here. Apr 28 comment Simple or maybe not so simple probabilistic question well is 1000 per chromosome and I might have thousands of chromosomes. This should be as fast as possible anyway. If I know how many gens to mutate I can easily make some other random function that will tell me which of them to mutate Apr 28 asked Simple or maybe not so simple probabilistic question Mar 25 awarded Supporter Dec 14 comment How to calculate likelihood to succeed knowing attempts and successful attempts amounts? I do the -1 so that cases with small Tries don't get a very high number, so that, for example, 1 / 1 doesn't get 100% Dec 14 accepted How to calculate likelihood to succeed knowing attempts and successful attempts amounts? Dec 13 comment How to calculate likelihood to succeed knowing attempts and successful attempts amounts? Wouldn't (SuccessfulAttempts - 1) / Tries be a good approximation? Dec 13 awarded Editor Dec 13 revised How to calculate likelihood to succeed knowing attempts and successful attempts amounts? added 1 characters in body Dec 13 asked How to calculate likelihood to succeed knowing attempts and successful attempts amounts? Aug 28 awarded Scholar Aug 28 accepted Optimal sample size? Aug 28 awarded Student Aug 28 comment Optimal sample size? I DO know the population size. But that's all I know. If I HAVE to pick a confidence level I would say 95% is fine. Aug 27 comment Optimal sample size? No I don't. As I said all I know is the population size, so I guess we would use normal distribution... Aug 27 asked Optimal sample size?