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Quote from: Thebox on 28/07/2015 18:00:15x=1/52y=2000/100000they are obviously not equal.They are not equal because 2000/100000 is a number you have made up, it is not the true probability in the y direction. We have told you before what it is. Anyway, this is not the crux of your problem, it is the issue of deck skipping and it's effect on probability.Come on old friend, we can't keep going around in circles , you need to provide actual game logs to show whether there is a fault in the RNG, or distribution. The problem does n't lie with probability.
x=1/52y=2000/100000they are obviously not equal.
There is no probability to the Y axis, it is ''random'' , where x is not random.
By deck skipping , it allowed to me receive deck 1, 4, 8 giving me 3 of the same values in a row.
QuoteBy deck skipping , it allowed to me receive deck 1, 4, 8 giving me 3 of the same values in a row. A priori and a posteriori are very different conditions. If you were skipping a priori, what made you choose 1, 4 and 8?
Else where has directed me to this-http://bactra.org/notebooks/ergodic-theory.htmlcan anyone please explain this, I can not understand it.
You would need to learn a lot more maths before you could understand this.
Quote from: Colin2B on 08/08/2015 14:40:48You would need to learn a lot more maths before you could understand this.I am not sure that maths can ever explain moving values forward in time.