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The Boy or Girl paradox surrounds a set of questions in probability theory which are also known ... Other variants of this question, with varying degrees of ambiguity, have been popularized by Ask Marilyn in Parade Magazine, ..... The difference here is the P(b), which is just the probability of drawing a boy from all possible ...

Aug 16, 2015 ... Say four people are drawing straws for a prize. My friends and I agree that the first person to draw has a 1 in 4 chance of getting the short straw.

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Apr 13, 2011 ... Source: “Ask Marilyn,” Parade, March 31 2002, quoted in Siam News June 2003. ... Does the game favor you or the beautiful stranger, or is it fair? ... Multiply Numbers By Drawing Lines This book is a reference guide for my ...

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The probability of a 1025-vote margin of victory assuming fair balloting (which Mr. Ashenfelter estimates as ... Ask Marilyn Parade Magazine, 12 June 1994, p18.

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Ask Marilyn: risk and rewards. ... Ask Marilyn: a routine problem. .... A reader wonders if the allegation of draft dodging for President Clinton is fair. ... the odds of winning as equal to a poker player's chance of drawing four royal flushes in a row, ...

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Feb 28, 1996 ... Is Monopoly a fair game? ... Ask Marilyn: Which tire? ..... you are 2,500 times more likely to die before the Saturday draw than land the jackpot.

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Oct 1, 2017 ... Marilyn vos Savant was listed in the Guinness Book of World Records for having ... Shortly thereafter, she established “Ask Marilyn,” a now-famous weekly column ..... I'll be the third to say, that frame-stasis math sounds like something you'd pull out of Vanity Fair. ... After the first draw, you have two cards left.

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A long-hidden cache of Marilyn Monroe's private letters and diaries answers many ... She didn't want to draw attention to herself, but it was hard for the other ... She was asked to remember a moment in her life, to recall the clothes she was ...