Dragoon

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    Gun was in the right hand; entry wound on the left
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    I agree, in general, with the comments of peace*out and Bonanova, but I think you are still dealing with finite sheres. Once you expand the sphere to the infinite a regular triangle inscribed on the surface is bound to be regular. And peace*out, at the infinite would not the depth cease to exist?
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    "His" is correctly used in English to refer either male or female. "Their" is commonly misused these days as a short form for "his or her".
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    Thanks for your support, but please amplify on "could have depth"
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    One would assume that "regular" implied interior angles totaling 180 degrees.
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    Yes, but the sphere would have to be infinitely large.
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    But the point is you are not pulling them out at the same time and that would dictate your next move.
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    The difference comes from drawing them one by one.If the first shown face is a heads you have no reason to continue,
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    That is if it is a tails you stop.
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    Suggest you re-read the problem
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    Sorry, the odds are 2 to 1. If the first coin face revealed is a head you stop because there is no way to achieve two tails.
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  12. Dragoon added a topic in New Logic/Math Puzzles   

    There are two coins in an opaque bag. They are identical except one is a heads and a tail; the other has two heads. What are your odds of getting two heads if you withdraw one coin at random, place it face down on the desk, and continue by doing the same with the second coin?
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    One or infinite seem the best answers, depending on the intent and interpretation of the question.
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    Don't need to be
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    State your reasoning
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