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# Prof. Templeton

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1. ## Code Breaking Game

One question immediately stands out...
2. ## I'm not a bird

He does like to serve that up from time to time, I've noticed.
3. ## A Simple Riddle

I'll take a guess...

5. ## The traveling ant

This reminds me of a scooter trip I once took on these very boards where I learned a valuable lesson about head-starts.
6. ## Woodchucks

A woodchuck would chuck as much wood as a woodchuck could chuck if a woodchuck could chuck wood.
7. ## It seems to be hard!

It was correctly included in the OP, just not the explanation.
8. ## The elusive chord

Quite small. The larger n is the smaller the chord length. I would argue that this is not an acceptable way to chose "random chords", however.
9. ## The elusive chord

After doing some research and none of the math, I've found

12. ## Anyone else having this problem with Chrome?

Just logged in from my home computer and yep, format is all screwy. Change theme did not help. Edit: Just changed to the IPS Test theme and that worked, but IP.Board does not.
13. ## The elusive chord

So, then it is more random. I looked up Jaynes' proposal and it based on the fact that the size of the circle is unknown, here the OP has given us a size. Is throwing straws at a circle a better method than selecting a number at random between 0 and πr2 , letting that number represent an area and drawing a chord to section off that area?
14. ## The elusive chord

I was just pointing out that Bertrand left out that method for choosing a chord. However,
15. ## The elusive chord

He left out from his three what I thought was the most intuitive way to make a chord
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