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Maths are AWESOME - The last banana thought experiment
posted February 24 2015 20:26.15 by Giorgos Lazaridis




Here is the scene: You and a friend of yours are on a deserted island and you only have one last banana to eat but not to share. Then you decide to play a game and the winner will eat this banana. You roll a pair of dice twice. In each roll, if the highest number is 1, 2, 3 or 4, then player one wins. If the highest number is 5 or 6 then player 2 wins. You can choose first to be player one or player two. Who would you choose to be?

Maths are so awesome! Do not rush to answer...





And if you really like such riddles, do not forget to check out an older post regarding the Monty Hall Problem...

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