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Title text: Actually, pretty much everything beyond intro calculus is run by goblins. |
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- Suppose you can pick door a, door b, or door c. Two doors hide a goat. One hides a prize.
- You pick one, then the host reveals that one of the other doors hides a goat.
- Switching won't
- Wrong. If you switch, you get a two in three chance to find the prize.
- Improve your odds from being 50-50.
- Should you switch?
- How?
- When a math problem has an obvious answer that is actually wrong it's because tiny green
- Math goblins.
- Goblins invaded the universes fabric of logic and screwed around with it.
- Did you know that 0.9999. Exactly equals one?
- I think you're just
- No, dammit! Nobody believes me!
- Making up fantasies
- To paper over your
- Lack of math
- Education.
- Nuh uh.
- Math goblins.
- Later
- If you have 24 people in a room,
- Two of them probably
- Share a birthday.
- No! Nooo:
- Caption: smbc-comics.com
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