martin has a game in mind for gambling to confuse and confound. you start off with a circle, and you select 3 points on the circle such that the area of the triangle formed is at least half the circle.

simple enough. now he poses the question.

if the three points are selected randomly, what's the likelyhood of that being true?

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martin has a game in mind for gambling to confuse and confound. you start off with a circle, and you select 3 points on the circle such that the area of the triangle formed is at least half the circle.

simple enough. now he poses the question.

if the three points are selected randomly, what's the likelyhood of that being true?

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