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So how small is it then? (Posted on 2006-08-09) Difficulty: 3 of 5
In a magazine recently there was a discussion about probability.

The author asserted that the probability of the event in question was approximately

(1 - 10-21)1025

How small is this number?

See The Solution Submitted by Jer    
Rating: 4.0000 (2 votes)

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  Subject Author Date
I cant count itAmanda2018-09-22 05:55:55
re(2): This is a notation trickJer2006-09-26 11:27:45
re: This is a notation trickAlexis2006-08-22 01:19:09
This is a notation trickSeth2006-08-19 01:30:42
re: different solutionJer2006-08-11 09:41:18
different solutionGregor2006-08-11 08:54:01
re(4): How about we try this a different way.JLo2006-08-10 16:29:25
re(3): How about we try this a different way.Richard2006-08-10 14:40:13
re(2): How about we try this a different way.C2006-08-10 14:13:55
Approximate solutionJLo2006-08-10 12:32:07
Some Thoughtsre: How about we try this a different way.Federico Kereki2006-08-09 18:30:50
How about we try this a different way.C2006-08-09 15:09:40
SolutionSolutionOld Original Oskar!2006-08-09 14:15:26
re: First thoughts (spoiler) -- Could be wrongRichard2006-08-09 13:01:30
First thoughts (spoiler) -- Could be wrongSteve Herman2006-08-09 12:37:20
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