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revolution
Heads I win. Tails you lose.
Hehe, 200% chance! I would bet the casinos are very happy to see you walk in the door. 

11 Apr 2014, 00:49 

sleepsleep
this is really interesting,
because, what is the probability of continuously having tail for more than 5 times? i just tossed my coin, and it is actually hard to have it same for 5 times, maybe some sort of random algo are programmed inside our matrix. 

11 Apr 2014, 06:52 

revolution
sleepsleep wrote: this is really interesting, 

11 Apr 2014, 06:57 

sleepsleep
now, could a coin tail for 20 toss?
or 50 toss, i don't believe it could toss tail for 20 to 50 continuously, and wouldn't this increase the chances of head by each toss? 

11 Apr 2014, 07:07 

revolution
Unless you are manipulating the throw in some way then the chance at each toss is always 50%.


11 Apr 2014, 07:10 

sleepsleep
the chances of each toss is always 50% if without any data on previous result.
how about the probability of 20 toss for head continuously? if we can't have this naturally, maybe, something is program to let it not happen, since we got a 50/50 for each toss. 

11 Apr 2014, 07:23 

revolution
sleepsleep wrote: the chances of each toss is always 50% if without any data on previous result. 

11 Apr 2014, 07:29 

revolution
sleepsleep wrote: how about the probability of 20 toss for head continuously? 

11 Apr 2014, 07:30 

sleepsleep
i don't think so...
like a dice, 6 faces, it is hard to throw a direct continuous 10 times of a particular number. (assume one got to throw it from the height of 2 meters) it seems continuous throw of a same head/tail or same number of dice don't happen in our matrix world. even with a 50/50 chances. 

11 Apr 2014, 07:33 

revolution
sleepsleep wrote: like a dice, 6 faces, it is hard to throw a direct continuous 10 times of a particular number. (assume one got to throw it from the height of 2 meters) 

11 Apr 2014, 07:36 

sleepsleep
this actually is interesting,
if one get a coin and toss it 100 times, (from the height of 1 or 2 meter) would the result balance? or near balance? like 50 head, 50 tail? does this somehow mean our world is programed to balance? 

11 Apr 2014, 07:46 

revolution
The distribution of expected results follows the binomial distribution which peaks at the centre and falls away towards each end.


11 Apr 2014, 07:49 

sid123
Well, at first if you make a tables of heads/tails with very less trials, then the difference between heads and tails will be very high (mostly) but as your model will become larger the variations will decrease.


11 Apr 2014, 08:31 

sleepsleep
so, everything works like water now, or gravity is pulling its effect on random number generator too?


11 Apr 2014, 13:48 

asmhack
mbr_tsr wrote: when you flip a coin heads tails... You are right, but that's nothing new, we all know that coins are packed with a boolean memory chip that stores the result of it's last flip for future use. 

12 Apr 2014, 01:40 

sleepsleep
then how the explanation for there is no straight head or tail for 10 continuous toss?
at least, it would be really damn hard to toss such result, 

12 Apr 2014, 13:30 

revolution
sleepsleep wrote: then how the explanation for there is no straight head or tail for 10 continuous toss? 

12 Apr 2014, 13:47 

sleepsleep
revolution wrote:
i mean, why it is not common to toss such result, when each toss have 50/50? 

12 Apr 2014, 14:07 

baldr
sleepsleep wrote: i mean, why it is not common to toss such result, when each toss have 50/50? 

12 Apr 2014, 18:20 

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