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Oct
4
comment Google Interview Question about a town where if a couple has a girl born, they can't have more children…
I would replace those musts with shoulds
Jun
6
comment Unorthodox way of getting the average of two numbers
took me few seconds to see what was done on (a - a/2) to (2a/2 - a/2) to (a/2), I am getting rusty. edit: I just noted if we transform a -> 2a/2, we can from the beginning visualize (2a + b - a)/2
Jun
5
comment Unorthodox way of getting the average of two numbers
thanks, I can only see myself using the weird one when the difference between them are small, like avrg(18,20), but even then I could confuse to who I should add the difference...
Jun
5
comment Unorthodox way of getting the average of two numbers
@5space for two numbers only, I don't even know if there exist one using 3
Apr
27
comment How to calculate a fullhouse after dealing 5 cards?
after some months, I found this imgur.com/DCzCqKI It easily explained what I wanted to do
Mar
14
comment Meaning of $\dfrac{x-y}{y}$ versus $\dfrac{x}{y}-1$
didnt understand the 1st and 2nd 40+ score, but I did on this one
Nov
22
comment Are these two equal or I made a mistake on the simplification?
I brute force it on a loop and they do behave the same jsfiddle.net/Ptpc5 interesting...
Dec
6
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
Dec
6
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
Jun
9
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
Jun
8
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
Jun
8
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"
Apr
23
comment Formula to get total combination possibilities
@BrettFrankel sorry, I wasn't familiarized with any tags, but after some time reading I think I found some that fit ^^