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For the S&P 500, if you’re buying and selling the market on a one-day basis, your chance of making money is a little bit better than a coin flip.
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In school, probability lessons often begin with flipping lots of imaginary coins.
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For the remaining edges they flipped a coin — just as Erdős would have — to determine whether to color a given edge blue or green.
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Willingham coins a new term, intromittum, to describe organs that transmit gametes — the eggs or sperm — from one partner to the other.
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More than a century ago, the zoologist Richard Semon coined the term “engram” to designate the physical trace a memory must leave in the brain, like a footprint.
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