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If you pick a number x between 0 and 1 (inclusive) uniformly at random, what is the probability that (log2 1/x) is odd?

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If you pick a number x between 0 and 1 (inclusive) uniformly at random, what is the probability that (log2 1/x) is odd?
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Effectively zero. Because between log₂(1/x) being undefined (x=0) or 0(x=1) you will certainly pick a number not a (negative) power of 2 because there are so much more.

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answer Feb 5 by Yasin Hossain Siinan



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