Nevertheless, it’s been a good week for me. The cube takes me a maximum of 5 minutes. My results haven’t come out, yet. Exams start next week again, I’ve yet to buy books.
Yeah, that is what would qualify as a week good enough for me.
Yesterday, three of my best friends went out for a movie that I should have gone out for too(Uppi Dada M.B.B.S). Too bad I missed it. But, well it was time well spent at home anyway. Being the type of person that relinquishes the little free time I get, I imported an activity normally reserved for Multiple Choice exams.
Yes, I tossed coins. A Re.1 coin, minted 2001.
I tossed it once, heads.
I tossed it twice, heads again.
Thrice, heads yet again.
Four times, five times all the way up to sixty eight times.
The heads to tails ratio came out to an astonishing 45:23. Now, my statistics book tells me I am wrong, really wrong.
So, to test my hypothesis, I took a Re.2 coin. Minted 2003.
Well, again, the ratio was 42:26.
That got me thinking. Now, it’s only the second time that something so dramatic has happened to
So, are the coins in
But I, as my own personal opinion say, that yes, they are biased.
Now, it’s only to be found out whether my statistics teacher will buy my argument.
I hope he does.