### Re: A math Problem

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**Fri May 19, 2017 7:08 pm**he_who_is_nobody wrote:[quoteX/(real numbers)(one's time)(one's memory)(y)(z)....

What is wrong with that equation? Would that not be how we determine the odds of picking a number at random? Remember, we are talking about the odds. If that is not how we would calculate the odds, please show us how.

the problem is that you are not suppose to multiply all that stuff

the actual ecuación would be X / the smallest of all these stuff (real numbers)(one's time)(one's memory)(y)(z)

so for example

Time = enough time to write a number with 1,000 digits or less

Memory = enough memory to type a number with 10,000 digits or less

Y = enough Y to type a number with 100,000 digits or less

Z = enough Y to type a number with 1,000,000 digits or less

Given that time is the smallest of all, equation would be x/ 1,000

so in other words, it doesn't matter if you have enough memory to type 10,000 digits or infinite XYZ, given that you only have time to type 1,000 digits, 1,000 is your limit.

UNDERSTAND?