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Dec
10
comment If we randomly select 25 integers between 1 and 100, how many consecutive integers should we expect?
@corsiKa, I also think it is because if my neighbor leaves, it makes me feel "I should have been ready by now also", and therefore leave quite soon after. While it is the other way around when they still sit next to me, "Why is * not finished yet, have i missed something". And then finally when * leaves, I will go about the same time. But it is still interesting to compare how much difference there is between reality and randomly.
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comment Work-hours problem
@TomCollinge: How many man-hours does it take to gestate a baby?
Jul
10
comment Derive or differentiate?
Same in Swedish
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comment Splitting a sandwich and not feeling deceived
One problem is that it generates more than 3 pieces (If the division is not correct from the beginning) And I wouln't want 1 piece + small scraps
Jan
16
comment Splitting a sandwich and not feeling deceived
Great! This also ensures that it's cut in exactly 3 pieces!
Jan
16
comment Splitting a sandwich and not feeling deceived
One problem is the rebalancing, I personally wouldn't want a sandwich that is almost 1/3 + several small pieces of sandwich
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answered How do I motivate myself to do math again?
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comment Shop Chocolates puzzle
But you still have to count when you sell them, when you do the additions. Putting them in bags simply makes the calculations easier.
Jul
30
comment If a lottery has 300 tickets, shouldn't I win every 300 times I play
If you buy 300 tickets on 1 draw, then you will win exactly once :)
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answered How to calculate the area of a graph when $x$ and $y$ values are given?
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answered Complete course of self-study
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