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Fri 30 Jun, 2023 10:57 pm - set.seed(17) # Today's date. coin.power = function(ntoss=100,nsim=1000,prob=.5){ lower = qbinom(.025,ntoss,.5) upper = qbinom(.975,ntoss,.5) rr = rbinom(nsim,ntoss,prob)... (view)
Fri 30 Jun, 2023 10:25 pm - The question is simply how many tosses to get to 90 percent certain of which side of the weighted coin would be the one that comes up 70 percent of the time because one isn't enough nor 2 nor... (view)
Fri 30 Jun, 2023 10:22 pm - Sure but it doesn't address the question at all. Given a million tosses you will see 70 percent and can 100 percent certain or 99.9999 percent certain say which side of the coin is the 70... (view)
Fri 30 Jun, 2023 06:58 pm - Im sorry your not understanding I do have difficulties due to my autism I supose articulating. So let's put it this way you have a weighted coin with 70 percent chance it lands on one side 30... (view)
Fri 30 Jun, 2023 11:19 am - So after 10 rolls of a 1d10 giving them 70 percent odds and them choosing 1 vs 2 at the end of their attempts looking at the pool of success vs loses and them obviusly choosing the hogher outcome... (view)
Fri 30 Jun, 2023 11:17 am - If it's hard to understand I am trying to go with a memory retention question let's say it's tiles and you flip them so it's a 1 or 2 underneath so 50/50 but you gotta see for a... (view)
Fri 30 Jun, 2023 10:16 am - So the question is yes or no I have 70 percent chance of being correct and can repeat the same question then look at my data and choose the yes or no answer bassed on which answer showed up 70... (view)
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