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Discussion in 'Old Events/Giveaways/Contests' started by Kouji, Sep 2, 2013.
We only need one Robin too many ;0
BUT.... there is no such thing as an animal being more cruel than Hitler because animals don't have a sense of cruelty, just survival instincts.
Bullshit. Every wasp is a little mean motherfucker
I thought all this time you were talking about Robin Hood @_@
So RNG decided on RougeCupcake this time.
Next Question: If someone is going to flip you a coin, which side has a higher chance of landing?
It depends of how many flips coin does and starter side. Example: tails is down. It needs a uneven number of flips to stay up. Also, weight make things different.
It depends on the way it is facing when you flip it, If you flip it with heads up you are more likely to land on heads and vice versa.
On Earth at least, I would give both sides of a coin approximately a 100% chance of landing on or in something.
It depends on the number of times and the thats face up when the coin is flipped
Heads is slightly heavier and therefore more likely to land down.
Edit: Crap, I guess that's only if you spin it on a table. The side that starts up is more likely to land up, but only barely.
It depends on the coin and the materials used and the relief on each side. Different countries have different coins and as such, different mass distributions on the two sides. (I am assuming here that otherwise the flipping action is always uniform, with no deviations and there is no cheating involved).
Depends on the coin, otherwise i would say 50/50, so none has the higher probability.
if you go for the head, it's always the tail
if you go for the tail, it's always the head
They both have equal chances.
the bottom side.
Both sides land.
its not 50/50 its about 51/49 in tails favour. Since the 'head' side is slightly heavier, there is a greater chance of the 'tail' side facing upwards (this is using a standard U.S. penny)
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