What!!! No Comments from Finger Fuck FRED, Grave Digger JIMMY, H8R and DudeTits????? oopSSS…… They having a 5 way…
IT OK. I AMS STILL HERE FOR YOUS!
Wow, how unusual! A remark from 2lolo involving claims of homosexual conduct. Good job staying dynamic!
@DudeTits So how did it go at your 5 way?? Got your 6 inch in, somewhere???????
P.S. DudeTits I’m still in your sister bedroom… As I write this note she is sucking my cock……. She said Hi…….
You must have unflatteringly small genitals if she is sucking your dick and still able to say hi. Thanks for letting the internet know that about you.
Hey Turd breath aka ” 2lolo ” hows your mom’s STDs doing
@Grave Digger JIMMY You should have ask her when you dig her up……
They both sound like real winners.
They’ll do well in statistics class…as long as they fuck the teacher.
Yep, they’re definitely going to do well in statistic if that’s the case Freddy!
Okay. Send them over. I’ll teach them “statistics”.
Mean, median and mode, right?
A) B) C) just seeing if it does the same thing here
No, actually the smiley face was her “B.)”…..
Actually, she didn’t the B, its the smiley face
is that math right though? the question is what are the chances of someone else drawing the same card as you. once one has drawn a card, there are 3 left of the same number, and 51 cards left in total, so the chances are 3 in 51, no? does that change if the cards are drawn at the same time? i failed math twice though, can an expert enlighten me?
If they’re drawn at the same time then you have no way of knowing that a 3 was already drawn so you can’t factor that in at that time.
‘knowing’ shouldn’t effect chance, unless you’re talking quantum physics
with 4 out of 52 cards you will have 4/52 or 1/13 chance of picking any card. once you’ve gotten your card, you have a chance of 3/51 or 1/17 to get a card of the same value.
So if I came in and secretly replaced the entire deck with 3s, then you came in and I asked you “What are the odds that you are going to draw a 3 from this deck?”, you would be able to magically tell me 52/52? Because it just is?
@KS, yes, because I would know it was a troll pack
Well clearly you have psychic powers and the odds don’t apply to you like the rest of us then. Give me some damn lottery numbers now.
Actually, it’s a 3 in 51 chance as one 3 is already out…
I would love to have a threesome with these two. I’d anally do one while the other is resting her head on top of that ass. Then after a while of pounding that asshole, I will take it out and have the other girl suck it off nice and clean. Then have them switch so they won’t feel left out. Back and forth, back and forth. And I will cum in one girls mouth and tell her not to swallow yet, she has to share it with her friend. Then they can both swallow.
Actually, it is impossible to get the same card. There is only one of each card in a deck. Everyone’s math is wrong.
however, when i think about it, you actually have 1/13*1/17 chance of picking two cards of the same value given that there are 4 out of 52. that is 1/221.
thanks SE, that sounds better. you don’t have to say I was right if you don’t want to
what do you mean?
He means he has no idea what you’re saying and is just fucking with you.
I mean that, my initial assertion that the maths was wrong in the OP subject, but, despite my poor history with maths, I have received no congratulations on pointing this out. *sulks*
well the principle is easy. say you have a die. what are the chances of getting let’s say number 1 if you roll it once? it is 1 out of 6. meaning 1/6. then, what are the chances to do it twice in a row? it is one out of six times out of six, meaning 1/6*1/6. multiply the fractions and you have 1 out of thirty six. 1/36. so as you see the principle is exactly the same as the above example, the only difference is that you alter your chances when you remove a card. the next fraction will look different, going from 4 out of 52 (1/13), to 3 out of 51 (1/17). if you had put back the card again, you would have 4/52*4/52, or 1/13*/13 = 1/169 chance.
study harder. math is a thing of interest. if you aren’t interested in it, it will be hard to work enough to get great grades. good luck.
good call by the way.
actually it will be 3/53, since the possibility to draw one card in the first place is one…
You’ve worked out the chance of drawing two threes. For any two matching cards, it’s just 1/17 (13×1/13*1/17).
Sorry SE but your math is for the probability of picking out a specific number. If you were to go for two 3′s then your math would right. But the girl asked the same card(number) so it is the 3/51 or 1/17.
i stand corrected. the chance is, as bobby put it and as veggie also pointed out, 13/13*1/17 chance (1/17) given this particuar circumstance. if you go for two cards of the same value, then the probability is 1/13*1/17 (1/221).
Gotta be a ghetto bitch
heh, I’m 46, I gave up on getting grades a long time ago. but i do have great respect for maths (UK btw). thanks for clarifying the workings out.
Anybody noticed that she actually did not forget the B … wow, this is quite a complex fail system …
She did have a B.. it just turned into the sunglasses dude when u add the bracket
So just another fail-fail then. Figures.
where did she forget the b?
You win the commenter intelligence prize
She did remember the b, but she wrote it as “B)”, which got converted to an emoticon automatically by facebook.
Looks like she’s carrying two b’s
But seriously… Looks like it came out as an emoticon.
She did write the B, but B) on facebook turns into that sunglasses emoticon. She’s still stupid though.
Culp cocks you schelppin’ whore fuck!!
the chances are 3/51
It depends, if you’re asking what is the probability of drawing two threes in a row without replacement, then it is 1/13*1/17 = 1/221. If you’re asking what is the probability of drawing two cards in a row with the same numerical value without replacement, then it is 13/13*1/17 = 1/17
I like how everyone missed the fact that the smart ass in this intelligence fail stated that there were four 3′s for each suit.
They might be thick, but their self-esteem is off the charts.
Just to be clear, the odds of picking two 3′s are 1 out of 221. The odds of picking any two cards that are the same number are 1 out of 17. Since she just said “Same card” and not “Both 3′s, our favorite number!” or something, the answer to her question “What are the chances?” is 1/17, or just under 6%.
Technically, they’re both stupid. The odds of drawing any pair in a deck are 3/51, or 5.9%. If pairing the number 3 specifically, then the odds are about 0.5%.
I’m still thinking about the odds of having a 3-some.
Another question for all the math whizzes: How many times do you think they’d let 50 go into 19×2?