In a game of 50/50 (this example could be a coin flip). Before any flips, What are the odds that the pattern win lose lose (heads tails tails if your choice was heads each time.) will happen 23 times in a row (69 rounds)?
What about after the chain starts? After the initial wll, what do the odds become for the next "Set" of wll conditions? And the third, up to the 23 occurrence? Again, keeping with your initial choice (option) each time.
To put a twist on the question, how does the solution change if the odds are based off the roulette "50/50" options? (With pesky zeros added, or coin landing on its edge)
Would that change the odds since it's not about the number but rather pattern if the option won or lost?
Can this also be broken down to what are the odds for each round (or flip) for round 1 to be a winner round 2 will lose round 3 will lose, (rnd 4 will win 5 will lose 6 will also lose etc to rnd 69?) wllwllwllwllwllwllwllwllwllwllwllwllwllwllwllwllwllwllwllwllwllwllwll
I have seen similar questions about odds and statistics asked, and one of those formulas may work for this riddle, but my knowledge of mathematics are limited. I greatly appreciate the helpfulness of the stack network communities and the cumulative knowledge we share.
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