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 Oct4 awarded Popular Question Sep23 awarded Popular Question May13 awarded Caucus Dec6 comment What are the odds of cracking a cellphone pattern-lock? @BillDubuque I agree, after knowing the total combinations should not be hard to calculate the odds of cracking one of those Dec6 comment What are the odds of cracking a cellphone pattern-lock? @sacohe the minimum is connecting 2 dots, the maximum however, was left blank because the answers I want to be like a function that you put one number here and then everything is done using that number sorry my englishç Dec6 asked What are the odds of cracking a cellphone pattern-lock? Sep8 accepted How to calculate a fullhouse after dealing 5 cards? Sep8 awarded Citizen Patrol Sep8 revised How to calculate a fullhouse after dealing 5 cards? deleted 77 characters in body Sep8 revised How to calculate a fullhouse after dealing 5 cards? added 81 characters in body Sep8 asked How to calculate a fullhouse after dealing 5 cards? Aug31 awarded Autobiographer Jul14 accepted The probabilty of a new arrangement of 52 cards deck? Jul14 revised Formula to get total combination possibilities edited body Jul14 asked The probabilty of a new arrangement of 52 cards deck? Jun9 comment The Monty Hall problem however, because this problem gained that much popularity, I will guess they will only give you that option when you chose the car in the first place, thus, you should not change Jun8 comment Most Probable Sum if someone told me "hey, lets roll a die until it reaches 101 or more. If it is 101 or 102 I win, if it is 103-106 you win" I would instantly agree and more likely to lose Jun8 revised I can't find differences between $P(1+r)^n$ and $P(2.71828)^{rn}$ added 16 characters in body Jun8 comment I can't find differences between $P(1+r)^n$ and $P(2.71828)^{rn}$ @Henry maybe because I translated that part wrong, I should have included the word "rate" Jun8 accepted I can't find differences between $P(1+r)^n$ and $P(2.71828)^{rn}$