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Abyss Ambulator

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2. There are 50 people at a party. What is the probability that two people at the party share the same birthday?

Significantly over 50%, but I don't feel like finding the exact numbers.

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Consider: One, probability is a factor which operates *within* natural forces. Two, probability is *not* operating as a factor. Three, we are now held within un-, sub- or super-natural forces. Discuss.

Sewers Scotsman

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2. There are 50 people at a party. What is the probability that two people at the party share the same birthday?

Significantly over 50%, but I don't feel like finding the exact numbers.

Quite a lot over, in fact: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Birthday_p ... robability
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