Statistics question, what's the chance voters for three positions picked the same candidate 50 times in a row.?
There was a recent election for President, Vice President, and Treasurer. There were two Presidents, three Vice Presidents, and two Treasurers running. Question; what is the likelihood that fifty (50) voters in a row would choose the same three candidates?
President 1 of 2
Vice President 1 of 3
Treasurer 1 of 2
50 times in a row1 AnswerMathematics1 decade ago
While eating my lunch today at Burger King I noticed a little contraption on the side of the container with my fries. The "crisp-o-matic" is labeled and looks like a half circle shape on either side of the container. An example can be found here.
WHAT DOES THIS DO! Is their a point? Is it useful or just an excuse to charge me top price for french fries (although they are delicious...)3 AnswersFast Food1 decade ago