#1




"easy" maths question
how many SUCCESIVE (average )tosses of a coin you need to get two consecutive tails ?

#2




just two if your luck is in ...
however it may not work every time you try ... or 6 if you want a real answer based on limits. If you are still trying to perfect a foolproof betting "system" read this ... http://wizardofodds.com/gambling/bettingsystems/ Last edited by WTE_Galway; 12182012 at 04:10 AM. 
#3




work out the angle of launch, the amount of energy involed in launch, the length of launch (travel), the flick required at the end of travel of launch (well in this they have to spin) allow for atmospherics, inebriation, calls of cheat and tolerances of launch factors which would also be required... the math ain't easy
and if you tried all that at a twoup game, you'd be "taken out the back"
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#4




exactly i wouldnt expect less from this comunity
but thats what maths say, the same maths that say you cant fly in dreams check this out: http://www.random.org/cgibin/randby...16384&format=b total number of digits: 16384*8=131072 total cuts for end line :16384:8=2048 efective digits to count: 1310722048=129024 times than 11 appears: 20028 times than 1_1 appears: 3649 total times that 11 appears 20028+3649=23677 so how many digits you played to get 11? 129024:23677=5.458 not 6 maybe a sample not big enough or more likely imo we decieve ourselves to see what we expect to see on a more wishfull rational thinking a pseudorandom number is not the same than a true random number, a pseudorandom is expected to fullfill statistics and 11 will appear every six digits, on a true random every 5.5 edit: amore likely posibilty is that this site: http://www.random.org/ actually doesnt produce true random numbers but if i found a bias on that site coundt find as well a bias on the PSEUDO random generator of the ONLINE casinos?, as a matter of fact i think i just did as well in an online casino playing with no money, that site 11 repeats more than it should this casino seems to does it less than it should Last edited by raaaid; 12182012 at 08:04 AM. 
#5




Also remember that real world coins do not flip with a 50% chance. When flipping a real coin there is a bias towards the heavier side of the coin (usually the heads side) ending up facing down.

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my objectives are: build a selfstable inverted pendulum, imposible from statics find a way to beat roulette, imposible achieve enlightenment by training uncouncious funcionts of the brain like eye accomodation, imposible but already did some imposible thing with my perception like seeing as perfect with the peripheral view as with za<central as a matter of fact i guess its in my genes, everybody said solving fermats theoreme with classsical maths was imposible, my dad tried and succeed but got no merit for it as it had been solved by willes with modern maths before i tell him that if he had tried a way to beat roulete as i do and solved it it would have been more usefull 
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