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Nitewin   United States. May 17 2020 21:54. Posts 1316
If you win 10 for every 1 you lose and have a 50% win rate, what is your expected value of this proposition?





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Into Infinity   United States. May 18 2020 04:43. Posts 1870

i must be getting dumb because i can't understand the question at all lol. 50% chance, yes = +10, no = -1?

.5*10 + .5*-1 = 4.5


Stroggoz   New Zealand. May 18 2020 05:37. Posts 4714

thats not a math question, math bases itself on coherency

supposed to have greenstar not bracelet 

PplusAD   Germany. May 21 2020 00:19. Posts 7176

Quote "If you win 10 for every 1 you lose "

maybe its a language thing but i dont get it........

if you have a 50% chance of winning and you win 10 but lose 1 its obviously (+10-1)*0.5 (since both happen 0,5 of the time) -> 4.5
How could this even be a question ?
Its 4th grade math

but maybe you mean something else ?
Like if every throw has the same event happening -1 and +10 your EV is obviously 9...... but than the 50% chance information is rubbish since it doesnt apply to an example where the outcame is always the same

U see what i did there with A8 ? He 4 bets and there we go insta jam A8 : ---booooom -- . hahahaha ( Krantz) 

 



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