demontits you are an idiot, you and your 150 iq and your amazing blowjob skills, unfortunately do not know how to do math, despite all your appraisal of the math gods. Timer's math in the post above is correct. When you are working with probabilities, and you want to see the probability of two mutually exclusive things happening together, you multiply their probabilities, as Timer so deftly did.

Correct, demontits, you don't add them. But they don't become magical little entities that you can't touch or ever change

. If the probability of me flipping a coin heads is 50%, YOU CAN FIGURE OUT THE PROBABILITY OF GETTING TWO HEADS WITH TWO COINS! IT'S NOT SOME MAGICAL UNTOUCHABLE THING roflmao, god bless your belief in "math" and your "physician."

the probability of me flipping two coins and getting two heads is .5*.5 = .25 YAYYYYY

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