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Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by waynehouchin, Apr 5, 2008.
Actually its mine
Maybe their both new gaff cards?
5 of hearts, Eight of clubs.
Two 4 of clubs.
King of spades, 2 of diamonds.
Wow. Please read the other submissions before posting. That will give you better chance at winning. That has been submitted like 7 times. =P
Ah. We be doomed.
King of Hearts and The Ad card?
Both cards are the same
1. Double Backers
3. Ace of Spades
Maybe that's too obvious....
Do you have time to read 21 pages of post?
well it is yours then i didnt read all the posts they are too many why dont you give me that guess
3 of spades
7 of diamonds
thats not how math works
as its been said before there are 56 possible cards
having two decks means that there are 112 possible cards
you have to pick two
the odds of getting the pair right is 1/(112 choose 2)
*choose is a mathematical function
google 112 choose 2
now, if you consider the hint meaning that both cards are the same card
then you are essentially picking one card from 56
so the odds of you of guessing correctly is 1/56
learn some statistics before talking like you know
Ad card has no "back." Its an ad on both sides.
Guess 1 : 2 double backers.
Guess 2 : 1 Joker 1 Double backer
Guess 3 : King of diamonds and Jack of hearts.
The AD cards don't have Guardian backs, they are double-sided with the Theory11 logo.
Actually, Phil is right bud. If you have 55 cards out of two decks. And assume any of them can be chosen. Thats 55 cards, and you still can pick from those 55 cards, I.E. 55*55. Your way assumes all 112 cards are unique. There are doubles of each. So you need to divide your answer by 2. You should take a lesson from stats,
As for the ad card, it has no back. Its an ad on both sides, so its only 55 cards
Joker and an ace of spades.
4 of diamonds and seven of clubs
First guess: Ten of clubs and Ten of clubs
Second guess: Three of hearts and Three of hearts
Third guess: ace of clubs and ace of clubs
Am I copying anyone?