Archive for the ‘The 1-in-10 Gay Problem’ Category

Hallucinogenic Maths – The 1-in-10 Gay Problem Concluded

August 17th, 2009 2 comments

Visualising imaginary forms…


This post builds further on the concepts discussed in the original 1-in-10 Gay Problem post and its sequel, Find a way to my Heart, and delves deeper into the abstract to discover an impressive 3d form hidden in our function.  It will be assumed that the reader has studied these preceding posts (10 minutes’ fascinating reading!) Read more…

Find a way to my Heart: The 1-in-10 Gay Problem Continued…

August 4th, 2009 1 comment

This post builds on the ideas from the first 1-in-10 Gay Problem post and takes a step into the creative world of abstract maths.

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The 1-in-10 Gay problem!

July 28th, 2009 3 comments

…a maths problem that is.

“If 1-in-10 people are gay, and there are 10 people in a room, one of the people in the room must be gay!”

Is this true?  Take a look here for the full analysis!

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