There is 30 people in a group (29 + you).
What's the probabillity that one of them has the exact same birthday as you?
This is what I've got thus far. I have no idea how to check if it's correct though.
30 * (1/365)^1 * (364/365)^29 = 0.076 = 7.6%
There is 30 people in a group (29 + you).
What's the probabillity that one of them has the exact same birthday as you?
This is what I've got thus far. I have no idea how to check if it's correct though.
30 * (1/365)^1 * (364/365)^29 = 0.076 = 7.6%
Hello, metlx!
There are 30 people in a group (29 + you).
What's the probabillity that one of them has the exact same birthday as you?
This is what I've got thus far.
I have no idea how to check if it's correct though.
30 * (1/365)^1 * (364/365)^29 = 0.076 = 7.6%
Sorry, your answer and your reasoning are wrong.
. . Your answer was:.
But miraculously, you came out very close to the correct answer.
If you want the probability that exactly one has your birthday,
. . the probability is:.
If you want the probability that at least one has your birthday . . .
The probability that no one has your birthday is:
. .
Therefore, the probability that at least one has your birthday is:
. . . . .