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Q: A Maths Question

 

Scandinavian is being chased by his Mother-in-Law. Scandinavian travels at 5 metres per second, and has a 500 metre head start. Scandinavian’s Mother-in-Law travels at 20 metres per second.

 

Scandinavian’s Mother-in-Law has two horns, one red and one purple. Every 10 seconds she either grows an additional horn (40% chance) or one of her horns disappears (60% chance). Each new horn is either black, white, red, purple or pink (each is equally probable). If Scandinavian’s Mother-in-Law ever has two horns of the same colour, she explodes.

 

What is the probability that Scandinavian will escape?

 

 

4 years 16 weeks ago in  Relationships - Guangzhou

 
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about the same as scottsalan staying sober when he posts

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Damn stats

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about the same as scottsalan staying sober when he posts

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Ahti oli saarella asuva

Kaukoniemen kainalossa
Oli pellon kynnännässä,
vainon vakoannassa.
Korvalta ylen korea,
kovin tarkka kuulennalta.
Kuulevi jumun kylältä
järyn järvien takoa,
jalan iskun iljeneltä,
reen kapinan kankahalta.
Juohtui juoni mielehensä,
tuuma aivohon osasi:
häitä Pohjola pitävi,
salajoukko juominkia!

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I'm still trying to figure out the 'Chicken/Egg' conundrum. 

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