tag:blogger.com,1999:blog-34466658.post6057284328997559795..comments2023-10-29T15:26:18.964+03:00Comments on omg I have an opinion!: Unknownnoreply@blogger.comBlogger2125tag:blogger.com,1999:blog-34466658.post-71008619720634845522007-05-18T19:09:00.000+03:002007-05-18T19:09:00.000+03:00yes 11 is the right answer. that's what i was abou...yes 11 is the right answer. that's what i was about to put down - with the same logic. i mooted using a binomial distribution to figure out an answer, but you don't have an n and a p as a binomial would require.pratsrandomwalkhttps://www.blogger.com/profile/06701315330419123282noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-34466658.post-34822838078361592662007-05-17T19:04:00.000+03:002007-05-17T19:04:00.000+03:00So, my dad and my friend Baran agree on the follow...So, my dad and my friend Baran agree on the following answer:<BR/><BR/>If you study 8 topics and the professor asks the other 10, you get a 0.<BR/><BR/>If you study 9 and the professor asks the other 9, you get 1.<BR/><BR/>You study 10, professor asks the other 8, you get 2.<BR/><BR/>The only way to make sure you get 3 is to study for 11 TOPICS!!! I'm going back to work.lightcapsulehttps://www.blogger.com/profile/05139392214555795087noreply@blogger.com