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Youre Late ?## Adinata28 wrote:

Oh No..

am I too late ? :'(

Adinata28 is here. owo

hi ayaya :3

Thank you :3

Me Too

(1/6 * 6/73) = 1/73 which is approximately 1.37%, please correct me if I'm wrong.

Edit : I am wrong, this calculation is for the steam prize. A good explanation below by Firmatorenio.

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You wrote it like, there are 6 winners chosen and then, between them you have a 1/6 chance to win a prize, but granted, you can win more than one. That is not quite right.## piruchan wrote:

I did a bit of math. Only six out of 73 persons are going to win the prize and each person has the chance to win only 1 out of 6 prizes.

(1/6 * 6/73) = 1/73 which is approximately 1.37%, please correct me if I'm wrong.

More correct will be if you just divide 6 by 73 and get a pretty nice chance of 8.21%.

Edit: well, if you were counting a chance to win one exact prize, then you're right. But there are six same prizes (unless you want to win that Steam one) and to divide by six more there's no point.

If you tried to count the chance to win the Steam prize, then you are correct.

Yep, after some thought, I realize I was wrong. I forget that those six prizes are the same, which means winning one is winning everything. Thanks for the correction!## Firmatorenio wrote:

You wrote it like, there are 6 winners chosen and then, between them you have a 1/6 chance to win a prize, but granted, you can win more than one. That is not quite right.

More correct will be if you just divide 6 by 73 and get a pretty nice chance of 8.21%.

Edit: well, if you were counting a chance to win one exact prize, then you're right. But there are six same prizes (unless you want to win that Steam one) and to divide by six more there's no point.yeah, i know, my english is terrible

If you tried to count the chance to win the Steam prize, then you are correct.

It's still a small number tough.....

Hm, well... Thank you. Good luck and Merry Christmas, Dear addicted members of osu!## Ayaya wrote:

~ Sign up ends in 4 and a half hours~I put you on the list anyways since you been active~## Ayasel wrote:

I'm not really interested in the giveaway, especially since I hardly ever post anything at the forums but I like your name. lel.

o/

also thanks, like your name too

no.15 is already supporter o.o

it's## Ayaya wrote:

Yeah just noticed that, 75% of that page are Indo xD

*ruuunn

I'd Like to enter please TheUnexpected6

Thanks~

edit: nvm didn't read lol

Username: AnimeGuyGR (duh)

Thank you and Merry Christmas!

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Both are wrong, since there is only 67 people (## Firmatorenio wrote:

You wrote it like, there are 6 winners chosen and then, between them you have a 1/6 chance to win a prize, but granted, you can win more than one. That is not quite right.## piruchan wrote:

I did a bit of math. Only six out of 73 persons are going to win the prize and each person has the chance to win only 1 out of 6 prizes.

(1/6 * 6/73) = 1/73 which is approximately 1.37%, please correct me if I'm wrong.

More correct will be if you just divide 6 by 73 and get a pretty nice chance of 8.21%.

Edit: well, if you were counting a chance to win one exact prize, then you're right. But there are six same prizes (unless you want to win that Steam one) and to divide by six more there's no point.yeah, i know, my english is terrible

If you tried to count the chance to win the Steam prize, then you are correct.

The steam prize would actually be unpredictable since it's only for 1 of the winners and how many of the winners that wants it

Thanls, I'll remove## [ Mephisto ] wrote:

no.15 is already supporter o.o

## Senritsu wrote:

~~why can't people read *rolls*~~

>.<## Frostei wrote:

Why is reading so hard

@.@## Tokiiwa wrote:

ayaya!!1

Well, I didn't look in the actual post, I just looked at what was given to me in the post I replied to## Ayaya wrote:

Both are wrong, since there is only 67 people (sign up is overbutpeople are not reading) so it's 11.17% of winning.

The steam prize would actually be unpredictable since it's only for 1 of the winners and how many of the winners that wants it

I don't even know why I cared so much about counting chances, it's a giveaway after all.

Merry Christmas, by the way

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