What are the chances?
Created on: March 21st, 2009
rosencrantz or guildenstern display a principle

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March 21st, 2009
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I've got all night. I'm gonna wait this out.
March 21st, 2009
(3)
considering this is an infinite loop, eventually he will flip enough tails to balance out the heads, but unless you have infinite time, don't bother.
March 21st, 2009
(1)
whats the most you've ever lost on a coin toss
March 21st, 2009
(0)
pro
March 21st, 2009
(1)
call it. just call it.
March 22nd, 2009
(1)
this answer to your riddle is: the chances depend on how many times you watch the coin flip.
March 22nd, 2009
(1)
The law of averages, if I have got this right, means that if six monkeys were thrown up in the air forlong enough they would land on their tails about as often as they would land on their --Heads--which even at first glance does not strike one as a particularly rewarding speculation, in either sense, even without the monkeys. I mean, you wouldn't bet on it. I mean I would but you wouldn't. It must be the law of diminishing returns...I feel the spell about to be broken.
March 22nd, 2009
(-2)
what you said has nothing to do with the law of diminishing returns
March 22nd, 2009
(1)
you mean, what Tom Stoppard said has nothing to do with the law of diminishing returns, right?
March 22nd, 2009
(1)
or rather RosencrantzOr Guildenstein
March 22nd, 2009
(5)
Frankly, I'm just impressed people here actually know of this movie.
March 22nd, 2009
(3)
As the great Guildenstern once said, "There must have been a moment at the beginning, where we could have said no. Somehow we missed it. Well, we'll know better next time."