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Topic: Beating the Odds?
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Richard Tobin

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Re: Beating the Odds?
Posted: Feb 1, 2013 5:16 AM
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In article <d5d845a0-0c63-4203-84c3-aa95b11c9866@googlegroups.com>,
<pepstein5@gmail.com> wrote:

>Since this isn't mathematics, the best I can do is use intuition and
>commonsense. Surely, if one of the numbers was > 10 ^ 1000, the most
>intelligent guess is that the number on the reverse side is smaller.


No. If one of the numbers was that big, whoever chose them was clearly
happy to use really big numbers.

-- Richard



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