Dating someone with your same birthday

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It is common to hear that there is only one in a million chance of the DNA in the blood found at the scene of a murder matching that of the accused.So when there is a match, people conclude that the odds are a million to one that he did it.we're told the guy's just a friend, and they were with a group. doesn't look like Paris was too into the races, and we can't blame her. The dude's got the hair, the face and the sharp suit. If you're a neurotypical person dating an autistic person, it's a good idea to educate yourself on how an aspie will act in various relationship situation, or you might get offended by his/her seemingly cold attitude.Luke and Hillary Gardner never have a problem remembering each other’s birthday.For a given number of people, including leap years lowers the probability of a match slightly (for 23 people, from 50.73% to 50.69%).Taking account of the uneven distribution of birthdays (and the possibility that two of the people in the room are twins) increases the probability, but one would need full population data (which I do not have) to do the calculation.

Gardner joked that if he and Hillary Gardner have more children, they may have to try for December.The odds of that happening are about one in 133,000, statisticians say. They learned about their shared birthday before they started dating, while just part of a group of friends who hung out together.And that’s a lot less likely than getting hit by lightning sometime in your lifetime, which some put at roughly one in 12,000. So the couple from Baldwyn, Mississippi, got in some exercise to try to hurry the baby up a bit. 17, Gardner said, “we went walking” around the parking lot at First Baptist Church of Baldwyn, where Gardner is outreach pastor. “I saw it on a Facebook page first and asked about it,” Gardner said. I had to confirm it with her.” The chance of meeting someone born the same day as you is one in 365, explained Tumulesh Solanky, chair of the math department at the University of New Orleans.The magic figure of 20 comes in - in fact it's 23 - when the probability of having two people with the same birthday reaches 50/50.Put another way, if we selected many groups of 23 people we could be sure that half of the groups selected would contain two people with the same birthday. However when you get to 50, the odds amount to over 90%. Three people represents three combinations of two people, so the probability is 1/365 1/365 1/365 = 1/122.

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