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3/15/2012

Written by G. T. Hushion. Posted in Articles

Consider that virtually all traditional random tables games can be understood as though on a roulette wheel. Nothing changes algebraically from the card suit or the cube. A wheel can have 13 pockets and a random ball has a 1/13 possibility of success. So too with other random games ...including the stock market. If you have a project that includes randomness, this is a good time to start collecting data. If you have an interest in randomness but no project, a worthwhile and fascinating contribution would be to shuffle, deal and record the 52 cards of a deck. We will be soon be introducing geometric probability and cards If you are willing and eager, deal out a well shuffled deck of 52 cards ...52 times. Record the layout of each deck separately. We will be commonly exploring and developing card probabilities with a regressive analysis of mass answers through emails. After RNGs and cards, we will move on to actuarial tables and the stock and money markets. The uneven variations encountered in these markets, outside the evenness of table gaming, are counted as percentages instead of pockets. That will be discussed later but that is where we are headed.

We will be tracking the evolution of the geometric probabilities of pi as programmers now design statistical probes wrapped around "action at a distance." Programs are also needed that will give a comprehensive understanding of geometric probability, using "action at a distance," to each table game as well as with the stock and money markets.