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'Obvious' theorems that are actually false
@AleksandrDubinsky I think you are wrong. A's actual method is to choose from N(0,1). B guesses that A's method is to choose from N(3,1). B will lose a lot more than 50%.
Why is a full turn of the circle 360°? Why not any other number?
The Ancient Chinese had a system with 365.24 degrees according to Wikipedia