Monthly Archives: July 2009

Chess can be a Game of Luck

Can chess be a game of luck? Let us consider the following two scenarios: A) We have a chess tournament where each of forty chess players pay 50 dollars entrance fee and the winner takes the prize which is 80% … Continue reading

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Raigorodskii’s Theorem: Follow Up on Subsets of the Sphere without a Pair of Orthogonal Vectors

Andrei Raigorodskii (This post follows an email by Aicke Hinrichs.) In a previous post we discussed the following problem: Problem: Let be a measurable subset of the -dimensional sphere . Suppose that does not contain two orthogonal vectors. How large … Continue reading

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