Intuition tells me no, but, using the jury system by example, is it not true that the jury system over the course of history has a 0% probability of never convicting a person falsely? Thanks!
I don't remember too much about the minigames besides them being really fun, enjoyable, and not providing something unwanted or antithetical to the game. I see no reason for it not being in osrs besides it being in rs3, but maybe I'm missing something?
The title may be confusing, so let me give an example.
If you have a large number of water droplets hanging from a bar of arbitrary length lying horizontally above a surface, you can model the time it takes for a randomly selected droplet to hit the surface as a probability distribution, most likely resembling a bell curve.
Then, if the bar is attached to a pivot in the middle and rotates by an angle theta, then the droplets closer to the surface have an increased chance to hit the surface first over the droplets that are on the other end of the bar.
My question is: is there a current well-defined formalism that describes how much the distribution skews as a function of the angle? (You can increase the dependent variables by also changing the surface angle, or making it change at a constant rate, etc) Thank you!