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Statistics for Dummies. This is for everyone who knows nothing about the statistics of rolling. Let' s Talk about "Rolling" Sol hear that people don' t listen t

This is for everyone who knows nothing about the statistics of rolling

Let' s Talk about "Rolling"
Sol hear that people don' t listen to the
statistical facts of the new craze
Rolling". l' here to explain it to you.
Take, for example, a single die. For those of you who don' t 387, 420, 489 times, But
know, that is the of dice. The odds of rolling, STATISTICAL PROBABILITY
say, a one on a single die is 1/ 6, states that this is the
Every one can agree on this, no? number of times that the
Well, the odds of roll a 9 on a 9 sided die is 1/ 9. Take, then, dice must be rolled before
rolling dice, and up in a row. For each you get 999, 999, 999. And
section, you have a 1/ 9 chance of rollings 9. the next time that you try
Now, to determine the probability of , 999, 999, to use math, consult a
you would multiply 1/ 9x1/ 9x1/ filets. Basically, multiply 1/ 9 statistics teacher. Or read
by itselfs times. That would give the statistical odds thata a book, That wasjust be
command of *roll 9* would come up with 999, 999, 999. enough to help your little
By definition, this is determining probability with brains.
replacement/ THAT ! EANS: you account for the fact that
numbers may be repeated as often as they' d like. I' m not
buyingthat you will get 999, 999, 999 if you Noll 9*
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User avatar #18 - lustuad (02/25/2010) [-]
**lustuad rolls 776,809,095**
User avatar #8 - dcdude (02/23/2010) [-]
haha u did this wrong you forgot about 0 its a 1 in 10 chance tard hahaha
User avatar #4 - satanisthesavior (02/23/2010) [-]
You should take your own advice: next time you try to do math, consult a statistics teacher.

The roll values are 0-9. thats TEN digits. So your chances are 1/10 x 1/10 x 1/10... or basically one in a billion... DERP
User avatar #9 to #4 - redeyedpete (02/23/2010) [-]
i already said that
User avatar #2 - Redheadtn (02/23/2010) [-]
Hey, get the statistics right.... You can roll 0, 1 2 ,3 4 5, 6 7 8 or 9 last time i checked thats 10 digits. Learn to count b4 you post this crap
User avatar #3 to #2 - redeyedpete (02/23/2010) [-]
you have a point there mate the dude who wrote this really needs to look at some peoples rolls cos some do begin with a '0' so it's 1/10x1/10x1/10 etc, etc.
User avatar #5 to #3 - NecroBearRAWR (02/23/2010) [-]
it's irrelavent. it's still the same statistical principle, just i diferent fraction. the point of the post was to explain the statictical chances to people, which he did, with a minor error
User avatar #19 - Captain Confusing (03/13/2010) [-]
I get what this is saying, but I have two contracting ideas in my head right now:

1. Rolling on funnyjunk is like rolling 9 9-sided dice (probability 1 in 387,470,489)

2. Rolling on funnyjunk is like rolling 9 9-sided dice (probablility 1 in 999,999,999)

Which one is correct? The first one seems right, but the second one also seems right since there are 999,999,999 different outcomes in funnyjunk rolls. I'm confused.
User avatar #20 to #19 - Captain Confusing (03/13/2010) [-]
I just figured it out. You were counting in base 9 since you forgot about zero. Try converting from base-10 (common counting system) to base-9:

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User avatar #21 to #20 - Captain Confusing (03/13/2010) [-]
*convert 387,420,489 from base 10 to base 9; you wrote 1 billion in base 9
#17 - anon (02/24/2010) [-]
**anonymous rolls 392,045,814** **** math when you can do it for me **** sake who said anybody wanted to do math **** yea.
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#16 to #15 - anon (02/23/2010) [-]
Why is it that the most epic wins are never seen?
#13 - anon (02/23/2010) [-]
**anonymous rolls 133,919,596**
User avatar #12 - Acrylic (02/23/2010) [-]
**Acrylic rolls 929,045,217**

I like to just think this **** is impossible.
User avatar #10 - ColeTheUber ONLINE (02/23/2010) [-]
everyone has error. I'm soo sorry that I have the more complicated math correct and overlooked one detail
User avatar #11 to #10 - satanisthesavior (02/23/2010) [-]
the math really isn't that complicated. The roll possibilities are 000,000,000 to 999,999,999... Any time you have probabilities and the minimum value is 0, you just have to add one to the maximum value and divide one by whatever you get. In this case, one over one billion. Real hard...
User avatar #14 to #11 - ColeTheUber ONLINE (02/23/2010) [-]
when you have every member of FunnyJunk saying that there are an infinite number of possible outcomes, it sounds more complicated. Get over yourself.
User avatar #6 - dcdude (02/23/2010) [-]
* roll 9 *
well im feeling like a lucky bastard so ill give a try
User avatar #7 to #6 - dcdude (02/23/2010) [-]
fail
#1 - Emant (02/23/2010) [-]
**Emant rolls 401,501,398** i can haz win?
p.s. funnyjunk can be considered as whole not as eacj person indavidually rolling the dice that many times. I win for 1 is a win for all! HUZAH!
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