Since nobody was brave enough to attack my 'bum' question, here is one that sounds more 'mathy'...
Suppose you have a box with a square base area of 16 square inches. There is a circle drawn inside the base which shares the same center point. The diameter of this circle is 2 inches. Lastly, assume that you have a line segment with length of 1 inch which will randomly appear within the base of the box. What is the probability that this line segment will not intersect the circle?
Since nobody was brave enough to attack my 'bum' question, here is one that sounds more 'mathy'...
Suppose you have a box with a square base area of 16 square inches. There is a circle drawn inside the base which shares the same center point. The diameter of this circle is 2 inches. Lastly, assume that you have a line segment with length of 1 inch which will randomly appear within the base of the box. What is the probability that this line segment will not intersect the circle?
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