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    binoculars yesterday on amazon, they arrived today AMA
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    A bowl contains N spaghetti noodles. You reach into the bowl and grab two free ends at random and attach them. You do this N times until there are no free ends left.

    On average, how many loops are formed by this process? Show your working. [24 marks]
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    (Original post by iEthan)
    A bowl contains N spaghetti noodles. You reach into the bowl and grab two free ends at random and attach them. You do this N times until there are no free ends left.

    On average, how many loops are formed by this process? Show your working. [24 marks]
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    I was trying to spy out of my window with some binoculars the other day, but my ****ing nosey neighbours were watching me. Why are people so nosey???
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    (Original post by WoodyMKC)
    I was trying to spy out of my window with some binoculars the other day, but my ****ing nosey neighbours were watching me. Why are people so nosey???
    their noses are too big, obviously.
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    (Original post by iEthan)
    A bowl contains N spaghetti noodles. You reach into the bowl and grab two free ends at random and attach them. You do this N times until there are no free ends left.

    On average, how many loops are formed by this process? Show your working. [24 marks]
    it really depends on how big N is.. if N is 2, or 3, then the answer is 0
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    (Original post by asinghj)
    it really depends on how big N is.. if N is 2, or 3, then the answer is 0
    There is actually an answer. :proud:
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    I bought some googly eyes off amazon...i have many of them now ... time to assemble my clippy army
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    (Original post by iEthan)
    A bowl contains N spaghetti noodles. You reach into the bowl and grab two free ends at random and attach them. You do this N times until there are no free ends left.

    On average, how many loops are formed by this process? Show your working. [24 marks]
    :cry2: stole mi question :bawling:

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    *you have opened a real can of worms... *
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