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It reads elegantly.x is constanty and z are variablex=52y=104

Quote from: Thebox on 19/11/2015 23:14:39It reads elegantly.x is constanty and z are variablex=52y=104how is y a variable and 104?

we have a 1/36 chance of intercepting a 4/52 chance

Quote from: Thebox on 20/11/2015 23:55:24we have a 1/36 chance of intercepting a 4/52 chanceWrong. It doesn't matter where the ball stops, or how many packs there are: the probability of any position being an ace is exactly the same, i.e. 1/13.Take a simpler example. Toss a coin as many times as you like. The probability of the nth toss being a head is 1/2 whatever the value of n.

added - surely this is understandable?φ{X}=1:52φ{Y_{1}.....Y_{52}}=(<1.=1.>1):52

Quote from: Thebox on 24/11/2015 00:44:07added - surely this is understandable?φ{X}=1:52φ{Y_{1}.....Y_{52}}=(<1.=1.>1):52nope. I might understand the first line, but I have no clue what the second line means... typically = means "equal to" as in a = b means a is equal to band > means "greater than" as in c > d means c is greater than dand < means "less than" as in d < c means d is less than c(if c > d then d < c; if a = b then b = a)by these definitions "<1.=1.>1" is completely nonsensical.if you are not using standard, generally accepted notation, then you must explain what it is that you mean (at the very least define your operations)