I’ve been working on a ‘tortoise and hare’ race. The slow but steady tortoise moves randint(1, 9) units every tick. The fast but lazy hare hops randint(a, b) steps every 10 ticks. What values of a and b produce a ‘fair’ race where each wins about half the time?
The race is 300 units and the first tick is 1, not 0.
Does it matter if, at each tick, the tortoise goes first or should that be ‘fair’ (even chance of either going first) as well? The hare move 0 units 9/10 ticks.
AP Stats: sure, Landy. Thanks.
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Thanks! You’ve given me names!
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That would be quite different since there are two cpu’s at work.
Anyone set up a Rover race track like Olympus Mons project?
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