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Damn that's like a 1 in a million chance
iscreamparaicecream it's 50/50, either it happens or it doesn't
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    • They used inspect source, this shit is lame
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    • There is only one true 50/50 in this world. It’s either nerf or it’s nothing
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    • That's not 50/50 that's 0% or 100%
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    • That.... That's not how statistics work.
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    • Actually it’s 100% since OP likely used inspect element
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    • There’s a difference between the chance of something happening and the odds of something happening
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    • On a scale outside reality, that 50/50 chance is correct. But when you're inside the scope of reality, in which math and physics are based on, that statistic is wrong. So yes but actually no
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    • Just because it either happens or does not happen doesn't necessarily mean it's 50/50 as each event can have a different likelihood of being true, for example at any given moment i could or could not be having sex with your mother but it's more likely that I am
      Tom_Waits 30 jul
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    • The law requires I answer “nice”
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    • You know they could have faked this by inputting 69419 for the minimum and 69421 for the maximum and gotten 69420 and then changed the minimum and maximum numbers after getting the answer they desired
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    • The 50% 50% excuse has to many holes in it
      DBWhale 30 jul
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    • Meanwhile there is 100% chance I will be in the darkest corner of your room tonight
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    • Statistic students are seething rn
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    • It was actually a 100% chance considering he just set the min and max to be 69420 and then changed the numbers without regenerating
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    • So basically, there’s a 50% chance of me fucking your mom tonight. Either it happens or it doesn’t.
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    • Yes there’s two possible outcomes, but that doesn’t mean they’re equally likely. What it does mean is that you’re a retard and I want to break your knees
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    • Fuck off with your 50/50 bullshit
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    • The logic to this is fucking retarted. There is very clearly a lob sided percentage to it happening.
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    • Every possible outcome is a 1/1 million chance, just realise that.
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    • I got 69420 on rockband, I was so proud of myself
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    • I require penis
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    • What they did was set min: 69420 max: 69420, hit the button, then change the numbers to 1 and 1000000, no inspect element needed
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    • Eww reddit
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    • In case you guys don’t know, he set the min and max to be 69420 and then just typed in new numbers without hitting generate.
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    • The 50/50 thing is everywhere rn why is that?
      Skeek 30 jul
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    • Niggas really out here confusing probability and possibility and thinking they're philosphers. Couldn't be me
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    • He failed social studies for sure.
      Wooser 31 jul
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    • There’s two options of it happens or it doesn’t happen but the probability of it happening isn’t 50%
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    • True random number generator? Yeah fuckin right
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    • That is the correct way to incorrectly use data
      D3XTR 1 aug
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    • God fucking damnit how many times do I have to tell you theoretics is different than theoretical probability
      Phren_Z 31 jul
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    • Fucking inspect element lake ass reddittards
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    • Statistic is the art of mathematical bullshit. I said what I said.
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    • No... it’s a 50/50 chance but a 1 in a million probability
      KarVona 31 jul
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    • That does mean it’s 50/50. It just means it could’ve either happened or it couldn’t have. The percentage is still gonna be pretty small
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    • What about 42069
      Kaiau 30 jul
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    • No it's not. It only puts 69, 420, 69420, or 42069. It's fake
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    • Set min/max to 69420, get the result, change min/max without clicking again (proof of concept in reply)
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    • "True random" does not exist. It's pseudorandom, which literally means "false random"
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    • I’m trying to describe how that guy is wrong, but it’s so hard because technically he is right. He’s right in terms of it either happening or not happening. But there’s 1,000,000 other options. The PROBABILITY of it happening is very, very low. The CHANCE is 50/50. Probability and chance are.....1/2
      semmguy 30 jul
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    • How fuckin long did a nigga really do dat shi???🤔🤡🤡 Shit 1 in 1 million
      Facts_Yo 30 jul
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    • Another 50/50 meme damn it , don’t fucking confuse probability with possibility
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    • Well, you had a 1/1,000,000 chance of getting that number, how stupid is tumblr?
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    • They could've just generated 69420 and then type in a range. I've used that website before.
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    • Nice. 👌
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    • Google inspect element
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    • Isn’t it technically 100% or 0% but u don’t know till it happens?
      5mbn 30 jul
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    • Nice
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    • Retard logic
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    • That’s a nice number.
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    • Nice
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    • A chance of that happening out of a million is 0.0001%.
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    • JBUG0617 31 jul
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    • I used to think of that mentality all the time. Keeps it easier. When you think of overwhelming odds as a 50/50, it's less stressful.
      Alpahnz 30 jul
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    • Everything boils down to 50/50
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    • False. Depends how many times he hit the button. For instance, if he hit it once, than its 1/1 or 100%.
      tweb 30 jul
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    • ever heard of the inspect tool ?
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    • He’s right
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    • Inspect element most likely
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    • Dass maff fur ye
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    • Its more like 10% chance :/ but ok
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    • This whole thing upsets me.
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    • Just because something can or doesn’t happen doesn’t mean they have equal chances of occurring
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    • Everything is 50/50 in that case
      usorname 2 aug
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    • Non pokemone shiny hunting
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    • You could argue that it’s a 100 % chance because it did happen
      thenosh 2 aug
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    • Logic states it’s has a 0% chance of happening or a 100% chance.
      Plarp 2 aug
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    • Statistics are only valid until something happens. Everything that’s already happened had a 100% chance of happening for reasons we failed to factor in beforehand. Randomness is a myth.
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    • Inspect element
      C4H8Cl2S 2 aug
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    • Inspect element works wonders
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    • Nice
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    • It's a 100% chance if you know how to edit photos
      MagikBee 2 aug
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    • Someone needs Badman to explain how 50/50 works
      egzyle 2 aug
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    • 2 kinds of people
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    • 2 types of people
      lattie 2 aug
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    • This is truly an epic gamer moment
      Zylon_X 2 aug
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    • Everything you know about probability is irrelevant now
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    • Hes not wrong. It is 50/50 THAT number would come up, but 1/1m that all other numbers
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    • Probability is 1 in a million, the possibility is 50/50
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    • Inspect element
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    • maybe he just inspected element and changed it
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    • Ctrl Shift I
      MilkOat 1 aug
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    • The results aren’t binomial bruh
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    • This is the Exact reason why statistics are dangerous to the public. People see the 50/50 chance and freak out because the media wont show what's actually happening. This also happens in court cases alot
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    • Theres a 69 percent chance, because when you get that number, theres an 100 percent chance you will perform 69 afterwards
      wassu 1 aug
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    • Or you can 100% just change the html code but ight
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    • cant argue with that
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    • Inspect element
      xThane 1 aug
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    • Since there is the possibility of getting the number 42,069 as well its actually an 1 in a 500000 chance
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    • Probability and possibility are 2 very different things.
      froot 1 aug
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    • Inspect element
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    • Statistics Professors:
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    • fboth guys are fucking retarted, its 1 in 1000000
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