A social experiment- Inspired by Jihoon Kang

Think of 2 random integers quickly. Please don't look at the lines below before thinking of the 2 random integers.

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If their sum is odd, comment 1, if their sum is even , comment 0.

Inspiration

Note by Archit Boobna
3 years ago

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Pranjal Jain - 3 years ago

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@Pranjal Jain what is TPT?

Parth Lohomi - 3 years ago

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Toppers Practice Test, only students of IP and selected students of PA1 (called IP') are allowed to take it.

Pranjal Jain - 3 years ago

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@Pranjal Jain Are you from IP @Pranjal Jain.

Shubhendra Singh - 3 years ago

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@Shubhendra Singh ADIP, for those who are taking JEE-Adv this year.

Pranjal Jain - 3 years ago

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@Pranjal Jain Great, all the best for Advance.

Shubhendra Singh - 3 years ago

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@Pranjal Jain .... Giving the test on friday... (i am in IA).. Thanks!!

Parth Lohomi - 3 years ago

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@Parth Lohomi All the best @Parth Lohomi .

Shubhendra Singh - 3 years ago

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@Shubhendra Singh Same to you @shubhendra singh XD........lets see who gets a better Rank?!!

Parth Lohomi - 3 years ago

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@Parth Lohomi You'll surely enjoy!

Pranjal Jain - 3 years ago

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Kushal Patankar - 2 years, 11 months ago

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Kunal Joshi - 3 years ago

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Aryan Gaikwad - 3 years ago

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Abhimanyu Swami - 3 years ago

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Aman Vats - 3 years ago

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Ansh Bhatt - 3 years ago

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Anik Mandal - 3 years ago

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\(0\)

Harsh Shrivastava - 3 years ago

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Abdur Rehman Zahid - 3 years ago

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Kalash Verma - 3 years ago

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Abhijit Parab - 3 years ago

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5 &7

Gautam Sharma - 3 years ago

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Panshul Rastogi - 3 years ago

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Sahil Nare - 3 years ago

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Brian Charlesworth - 3 years ago

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Kislay Raj - 3 years ago

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I got 0, I chose an odd and a odd. Funnily enough, both prime :). Good experiment.

Jihoon Kang - 3 years ago

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What is the purpose behind this @Archit Boobna ?

Mehul Arora - 3 years ago

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First see Jihoon Kang's Note, he has shown that people, when they normally think of a random number, tend to think of an odd number.

My experiment shows that when people are asked to choose 2 random numbers, they choose 2 of different parities

Archit Boobna - 3 years ago

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That's 5:3 till now :)

Pranjal Jain - 3 years ago

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@Pranjal Jain If we gather enough samples, we can use statistics to test hypotheses to reject or accept whether or not people indeed do chose 2 of different parities

Jihoon Kang - 3 years ago

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@Jihoon Kang 11:5 now

Archit Boobna - 3 years ago

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I saw it. I had chosed \(1 and 2\). Good experiment! (y)

Mehul Arora - 3 years ago

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\(1\)

Mehul Arora - 3 years ago

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Rajdeep Dhingra - 3 years ago

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Can you tell the numbers you had chosen?

Archit Boobna - 3 years ago

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@Rajdeep Dhingra , When are you planning to release the solution manual? And the results?

Mehul Arora - 3 years ago

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