Finding *Birthdays* and Related Persons in One Step Finally, the principle of conditional probability implies that which, as the graph illustrates, is still fairly accurate. Entering first name and full date of birth is useful for finding women when. Privateeye will do the *same* but they never tell you that there was no match for your.

Many Coincidences *Same* *Birthday*, Strange Attraction to Him According to the approximation, the **same** approach can be applied to any number of "people" and "days". Basiy I met *someone* who I ended up seeming to have a strong connection *with*, lots in common including the *same* *birthday*! Lots to.

**Same** name, **same** birth date β how likely is it? Capgemini Worldwide If rather than 365 days there are d, if there are n persons, and if n βͺ d, then using the **same** approach as above we achieve the result that if p(n, d) is the probability that at least two out of n people share the **same** **birthday** from a set of d available days, then: The probability of any two people not having the **same** **birthday** is 364/365. Sep 28, 2011. Now I've got a very common name and I've not only met people **with** the **same** **birthday** as me **with** the **same** name I've met people **with** the.

The *birthday* problem what are the odds of sharing These conclusions are based on the assumption that each day of the year (except February 29) is equally probable for a **birthday**. (Real-life **birthday** distributions are not uniform, since not all dates are equally likely, but these irregularities have little effect on the analysis. If one numbers the 23 people from 1 to 23, the event that all 23 people have different **birthdays** is the **same** as the event that person 2 does not have the **same** **birthday** as person 1, and that person 3 does not have the **same** **birthday** as either person 1 or person 2, and so on, and finally that person 23 does not have the **same** **birthday** as any of persons 1 through 22. The solution is fairly simple; there are 366 possible days damn those leap years that somebody can. of them a *birthday* *without* having to use a date more than once. The *same* principle lends itself to proving statements such as βin. The probability that Betty has a different *birthday* to Frank is 364/365.