A random number between 0 (inclusive) and 1 (exclusive) is chosen. What is the probability that the number is 0?
Yeahh.. this question is retarded. It’s like trying to find the area of a line. You can’t.
Programming approach to this problem:
Clear the address bar of your web browser and type that in. Basically, it’ll generate 10000000 random numbers (between 0 and 1) and check if each one is equal to 0.
You should get a alert that says "0". Meaning: Out of 10000000 attempts, 0 was generated 0 times.
That’s just it. Your chances of getting a 0 are so infinitesimally small that most people just accept that the probability is 0%.
Now, by some freak-of-nature coincidence, your computer might actually generate the full floating-point value of absolute 0, but that’s pretty unlikely.
So, no matter how bad your situation looks, your chances are never 0. So don’t give up!
(Thinks about Spanish grade..)
Yeah.. it’s really retarded how they take away your water bottles…