- 0Total Franchises
- 2Total Actors
- 1Total Productions
- Feb 16 2017Last Updated

About This Character

- Here is an example of the Bertrand Paradox, Komatsu. The Bertrand paradox is a problem within the classical interpretation of probability theory. For Example, here is a circle. Choose two random points on the circumference of the circle and draw the chord joining them. To calculate the probability in question imagine the triangle rotated so its vertex coincides with one of the chord endpoints. Observe that if the other chord endpoint lies on the arc between the endpoints of the triangle side opposite the first point, the chord is longer than a side of the triangle. The length of the arc is one third of the circumference of the circle, therefore the probability that a random chord is longer than a side of the inscribed triangle is 1/3.