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 Happy Birthday (3) (Posted on 2006-06-09)
In Happy Birthday, the question was if there are N people in a room, what is the probability that there are at least two people in the room who share a birthday?

What if instead exactly two was required? If there are N people in a room, what is the probability that there are exactly two people in the room who share a birthday?

(Note: Assume leap year doesn't exist, and the birthdays are randomly distributed throughout the year.)

 No Solution Yet Submitted by Sir Percivale Rating: 4.0000 (3 votes)

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(In reply to re(4): thoughts by Leming)

I was actually questioning Bob's requirement that the last two match rather than any match, with 10th and 15th being an example.

 Posted by Charlie on 2006-06-09 16:55:49

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