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what are you planning for a career in biology?
Look, I'll give it a last shot:
if I roll a die, I get a number (my odds of getting a number are 100%, never saw a person who rolled a die and didn't get a number) after that my chances to roll the same number again are 1/6. It's as simple as that.
There is a difference between the chance to roll the same number twice (1/6) and the chances to roll A CERTAIN number twice (1/36). If I say "I'm going to roll the same number twice in a row" I win if I rolled 1/1 2/2 3/3 4/4 5/5 or 6/6, but if I say "I'm going to roll 6 twice in a row" I only win if I rolled 6/6.
and if you still don't get it or refuse to admit you get it, I'm giving up and you can go on living your life in a lie.
what are you planning for a career in biology?
p.s.
mathematics is not a democracy, you can bring a million people who agree with you and you'll still be wrong.
p.p.s
i have an MA in biology, and work in a laboratory dealing with genomic statistical analysis, what is you background in statistics?
Look, I'll give it a last shot:
if I roll a die, I get a number (my odds of getting a number are 100%, never saw a person who rolled a die and didn't get a number) after that my chances to roll the same number again are 1/6. It's as simple as that.
There is a difference between the chance to roll the same number twice (1/6) and the chances to roll A CERTAIN number twice (1/36). If I say "I'm going to roll the same number twice in a row" I win if I rolled 1/1 2/2 3/3 4/4 5/5 or 6/6, but if I say "I'm going to roll 6 twice in a row" I only win if I rolled 6/6.
and if you still don't get it or refuse to admit you get it, I'm giving up and you can go on living your life in a lie.
what are you planning for a career in biology?
if you realize you are wrong, just walk away... no one except us is reading it anyway...
p.s.
mathematics is not a democracy, you can bring a million people who agree with you and you'll still be wrong.
p.p.s
i have an MA in biology, and work in a laboratory dealing with genomic statistical analysis, what is you background in statistics?
Look, I'll give it a last shot:
if I roll a die, I get a number (my odds of getting a number are 100%, never saw a person who rolled a die and didn't get a number) after that my chances to roll the same number again are 1/6. It's as simple as that.
There is a difference between the chance to roll the same number twice (1/6) and the chances to roll A CERTAIN number twice (1/36). If I say "I'm going to roll the same number twice in a row" I win if I rolled 1/1 2/2 3/3 4/4 5/5 or 6/6, but if I say "I'm going to roll 6 twice in a row" I only win if I rolled 6/6.
and if you still don't get it or refuse to admit you get it, I'm giving up and you can go on living your life in a lie.
what are you planning for a career in biology?
if you realize you are wrong, just walk away... no one except us is reading it anyway...
p.s.
mathematics is not a democracy, you can bring a million people who agree with you and you'll still be wrong.
p.p.s
i have an MA in biology, and work in a laboratory dealing with genomic statistical analysis, what is you background in statistics?
Look, I'll give it a last shot:
if I roll a die, I get a number (my odds of getting a number are 100%, never saw a person who rolled a die and didn't get a number) after that my chances to roll the same number again are 1/6. It's as simple as that.
There is a difference between the chance to roll the same number twice (1/6) and the chances to roll A CERTAIN number twice (1/36). If I say "I'm going to roll the same number twice in a row" I win if I rolled 1/1 2/2 3/3 4/4 5/5 or 6/6, but if I say "I'm going to roll 6 twice in a row" I only win if I rolled 6/6.
and if you still don't get it or refuse to admit you get it, I'm giving up and you can go on living your life in a lie.
what are you planning for a career in biology?