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### computerised random number generation & infinity

You are explaining the probability of a 10-digit number appearing randomly from a population of 100 2-digit numbers. My point is the probability of...
Post by: phyti, Dec 13, 2018 in forum: Physics & Math
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### computerised random number generation & infinity

You missed the point. Any lottery that draws 2-digit numbers will draw say from 01 to 80. The person betting on a birthdate, limits his chance of...
Post by: phyti, Dec 8, 2018 in forum: Physics & Math
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### computerised random number generation & infinity

I'm aware of Benford's work. In this thread, I see a mixing of randomly selected numbers and ordered sets of numbers generated by human schemes....
Post by: phyti, Dec 4, 2018 in forum: Physics & Math
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### computerised random number generation & infinity

What specific numbers are selected more often?
Post by: phyti, Dec 3, 2018 in forum: Physics & Math
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### computerised random number generation & infinity

RainbowSingularity; very simply it left me asking does the human mind have an infiniteoption of responses to any given point in time(creativity...
Post by: phyti, Nov 29, 2018 in forum: Physics & Math
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### computerised random number generation & infinity

Sometimes my posts are too sparse for the reader to get the meaning, so this may help. OP: RainbowSingularity; Micheal 345; Agree, with exception...
Post by: phyti, Nov 21, 2018 in forum: Physics & Math
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### computerised random number generation & infinity

There are no infinite numbers. You cannot 'reach' infinity. The statement is a contradiction of terms.
Post by: phyti, Nov 19, 2018 in forum: Physics & Math
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### Are there any formal proofs of maths theorems?

Mathematics is a language. Every expression can be transformed to most native languages. Comprehension is the key to understanding. Any language...
Post by: phyti, Nov 16, 2018 in forum: Physics & Math
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### Graphical Derivation of the CADO Equation

There is no such thing. the discovery of finite, independent light speed prevents any type of instantaneous universal time.
Post by: phyti, Oct 23, 2018 in forum: Physics & Math