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Why $1,000,000 is spelled like Million Dollar?!

Post by Dmitry Goretsky » Wed Jul 21, 2010 7:02 pm

Why Million Dollar Password isn't spelled as $1,000,000 Password, for example?!
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Re: Why $1,000,000 is spelled like Million Dollar?!

Post by Eoin Monaghan » Wed Jul 21, 2010 7:05 pm

Just, you know, cos.

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Re: Why $1,000,000 is spelled like Million Dollar?!

Post by Dmitry Goretsky » Wed Jul 21, 2010 8:53 pm

Eoin Monaghan wrote:Just, you know, cos.
I know??!!
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Do you like $1,000,000 or Million Dollar Password?

Post by Dmitry Goretsky » Wed Jul 21, 2010 8:57 pm

If the game show is changing it's name, will you like this change?!
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Re: Do you like $1,000,000 or Million Dollar Password?

Post by Eoin Monaghan » Wed Jul 21, 2010 8:58 pm

Where's "Nobody Cares"?

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Re: Do you like $1,000,000 or Million Dollar Password?

Post by Dmitry Goretsky » Wed Jul 21, 2010 8:58 pm

Eoin Monaghan wrote:Where's "Nobody Cares"?
Nobody Cares??!!
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Re: Why $1,000,000 is spelled like Million Dollar?!

Post by Eoin Monaghan » Wed Jul 21, 2010 8:59 pm

Dmitry Goretsky wrote:
Eoin Monaghan wrote:Just, you know, cos.
I know??!!
Then why'd you ask the question in the first place?

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Re: Do you like $1,000,000 or Million Dollar Password?

Post by Eoin Monaghan » Wed Jul 21, 2010 9:00 pm

I think this is because these are American shows, and most of us wouldn't watch them.

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Re: Do you like $1,000,000 or Million Dollar Password?

Post by Liam Tiernan » Wed Jul 21, 2010 11:02 pm

I've never heard of either of them.

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Slumdog Millionaire

Post by Dmitry Goretsky » Thu Jul 22, 2010 9:44 am

Slumdog Millionaire is a very-very famous movie based on the novel Q&A written by Vikas Swarup in which Jamal Malik won Rs.2,00,00,000 (2 crore Rupees) in Kaun Banega Crorepati game show (Indian Who Wants to Be a Milliionaire franchise).

P.S. Do you remember that this is just a movie, NOT game show?!

P.P.S. Please listen :!: : Phone a Friend 30 second countdown

P.P.P.S. :lol: First 12 seconds are waiting music. Then 30 sec countdown. :!: I checked.
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Golden Balls game show probability theory

Post by Dmitry Goretsky » Thu Jul 22, 2010 10:56 am

Let's talk about Bin or Win. There can be 6 killer balls in all: 4 in round 1, 1 in round 2 and 1 in Bin or Win round. There are 6 balls to bin and 5 to win. That means, there's a probability that all killer balls are binned. But first, please go here: :arrow: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Binomial%20coefficient before I start explaining it
OK, are you back? :lol: I'm here. :lol: The probability of non-killer win is C(n, 5)/C(11, 5) (n - number of non-killer balls).
But if you don't want to calculate, here's the chart

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Number of killer balls  Probability
0                       Not possible because of required killer ball in Bin or Win round
1                       252/462=6/11
2                       126/462=3/11
3                       56/462=4/33
4                       21/462=1/22
5                       6/462=1/77
6                       1/462
After one binned and one won ball the probability is C(n, 4)/C(9, 4). Here's the chart.

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Number of killer balls  Probability
0                       126/126=1 (in all cases) LOL
1                       70/126=5/9
2                       35/126=7/18
3                       15/126=5/42
4                       5/126
5                       1/126
6                       Not possible because only 5 binned balls remain
After two binned and two won balls the probability is C(n, 3)/C(7, 3). Here's the chart.

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Number of killer balls  Probability
0                       35/35=1 (in all cases) LOL
1                       20/35=4/7
2                       10/35=2/7
3                       4/35
4                       1/35
5                       Not possible because only 4 binned balls remain
6                       See above
After 3 binned and 3 won balls the probability is C(n, 2)/C(5, 2). Here's the chart.

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Number of killer balls  Probability
0                       10/10=1 (in all cases) LOL
1                       6/10=3/5
2                       3/10
3                       1/10
4                       Not possible because only 3 binned balls remain
5                       THOSE BALLS AREN'T LOVING ME!! :x 
6                       6 from 5?! LOLOL
Here goes the final decision: which from remaining 3 balls to win. The probability is C(n, 1)/C(3, 1)=n/3. But if you don't want to calculate this simple formula, I still give you a chart.

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Number of killer balls  Probability
0                       3/3=1 (in all cases) LOLOLOL
1                       2/3
2                       1/3
3                       THOSE BALLS AREN'T LOVING ME!! :x 
Last edited by Dmitry Goretsky on Thu Jul 22, 2010 11:56 am, edited 2 times in total.
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Re: Golden Balls game show probability theory

Post by Michael Wallace » Thu Jul 22, 2010 11:11 am

Dmitry Goretsky wrote:The probability of non-killer win is C(n, 5)/11! (n - number of non-killer balls).
You should really stop trying to do probability.

Just sayin'.

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Re: Golden Balls game show probability theory

Post by Dmitry Goretsky » Thu Jul 22, 2010 11:17 am

Michael Wallace wrote:
Dmitry Goretsky wrote:The probability of non-killer win is C(n, 5)/11! (n - number of non-killer balls).
You should really stop trying to do probability.

Just sayin'.
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Re: Do you like $1,000,000 or Million Dollar Password?

Post by Ian Volante » Thu Jul 22, 2010 12:13 pm

Liam Tiernan wrote:I've never heard of either of them.
Ditto.
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Re: Slumdog Millionaire

Post by Kirk Bevins » Thu Jul 22, 2010 1:20 pm

Where's the vote for "never seen it"? I thought mathematicians are supposed to be able to create fair polls including non-leading questions covering all possibilities (maybe using an other (please specify) option)?

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Re: Slumdog Millionaire

Post by Charlie Reams » Thu Jul 22, 2010 1:24 pm

No more new topics please Dmitry.

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Re: Slumdog Millionaire

Post by Dmitry Goretsky » Thu Jul 22, 2010 1:44 pm

Kirk Bevins wrote:Where's the vote for "never seen it"? I thought mathematicians are supposed to be able to create fair polls including non-leading questions covering all possibilities (maybe using an other (please specify) option)?
Vote "No" then
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Re: Slumdog Millionaire

Post by Liam Tiernan » Thu Jul 22, 2010 1:59 pm

Dmitry Goretsky wrote:
Kirk Bevins wrote:Where's the vote for "never seen it"? I thought mathematicians are supposed to be able to create fair polls including non-leading questions covering all possibilities (maybe using an other (please specify) option)?
Vote "No" then
But how would he know he doesn't like it if he hasn't seen it? Surely polls are meant to be accurate. That's the whole point of having a poll.

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Re: Slumdog Millionaire

Post by Ryan Taylor » Thu Jul 22, 2010 2:03 pm

Liam Tiernan wrote:
Dmitry Goretsky wrote:
Kirk Bevins wrote:Where's the vote for "never seen it"? I thought mathematicians are supposed to be able to create fair polls including non-leading questions covering all possibilities (maybe using an other (please specify) option)?
Vote "No" then
But how would he know he doesn't like it if he hasn't seen it? Surely polls are meant to be accurate. That's the whole point of having a poll.
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Re: Do you like $1,000,000 or Million Dollar Password?

Post by Peter Mabey » Thu Jul 22, 2010 3:46 pm

NO :P

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Re: Slumdog Millionaire

Post by Lesley Hines » Thu Jul 22, 2010 5:17 pm

Ryan Taylor wrote:
Liam Tiernan wrote:But how would he know he doesn't like it if he hasn't seen it? Surely polls are meant to be accurate. That's the whole point of having a poll.
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Re: Why $1,000,000 is spelled like Million Dollar?!

Post by Gavin Chipper » Thu Jul 22, 2010 7:29 pm

I spell it SPELT.

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Re: Slumdog Millionaire

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Liam Tiernan wrote:But how would he know he doesn't like it if he hasn't seen it? Surely polls are meant to be accurate. That's the whole point of having a poll.
I use mine to clean for me.
To free up your time for you to read more 'Fifty Plus MILFS'?
Ha! That was not me buying the magazine, I was selling it!!!!

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Re: Why $1,000,000 is spelled like Million Dollar?!

Post by Lesley Hines » Fri Jul 23, 2010 3:29 pm

Just to help you out Dmitry, $ is a monetary symbol that means "Dollar", and without any other letters is usually taken to mean the American, especially if the statement is of US origin. Similarly, 1,000,000 is a mathematical symbol pertaining to the number one million. In correct English prose one would usually write out the number as a word.

Therefore (and this really is quite simple - I'm surprised you didn't understand it) $1,000,000 and one million Dollars mean the same thing.

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Re: Why $1,000,000 is spelled like Million Dollar?!

Post by Matt Morrison » Fri Jul 23, 2010 4:16 pm

Lesley Hines wrote:Just to help you out Dmitry, $ is a monetary symbol that means "Dollar", and without any other letters is usually taken to mean the American, especially if the statement is of US origin. Similarly, 1,000,000 is a mathematical symbol pertaining to the number one million. In correct English prose one would usually write out the number as a word.

Therefore (and this really is quite simple - I'm surprised you didn't understand it) $1,000,000 and one million Dollars mean the same thing.

Hope that helped.
Fair play for being bothered to type it Lesley! You certainly get a like from me for persistence.
Will it help Dmitry understand his own question? Will it make him think twice before posting such drivel in the future? Will it fuck.

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Re: Why $1,000,000 is spelled like Million Dollar?!

Post by Lesley Hines » Fri Jul 23, 2010 7:21 pm

Matt Morrison wrote:Will it make him think twice before posting such drivel in the future? Will it fuck.
Don't worry, I've still got loads of gears left after 'dripping sarcasm'... :lol:
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Re: Why $1,000,000 is spelled like Million Dollar?!

Post by Dmitry Goretsky » Fri Jul 23, 2010 8:29 pm

Lesley Hines wrote:Just to help you out Dmitry, $ is a monetary symbol that means "Dollar", and without any other letters is usually taken to mean the American, especially if the statement is of US origin. Similarly, 1,000,000 is a mathematical symbol pertaining to the number one million. In correct English prose one would usually write out the number as a word.

Therefore (and this really is quite simple - I'm surprised you didn't understand it) $1,000,000 and one million Dollars mean the same thing.

Hope that helped.
Yep, that really did
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ITV Play

Post by Dmitry Goretsky » Wed Aug 04, 2010 1:56 pm

Here you can play many game shows (including Countdown*)!
http://itv.com/play
*The exact copy of Countdown at http://wedigtv.com
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Re: ITV Play

Post by Marc Meakin » Wed Aug 04, 2010 3:15 pm

Dmitry Goretsky wrote:Here you can play many game shows (including Countdown*)!
http://itv.com/play
*The exact copy of Countdown at http://wedigtv.com
Like Jack Hurst is an exact copy of you.
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Большие буквы (The Big Letters), Russian game show

Post by Dmitry Goretsky » Tue Aug 10, 2010 10:01 pm

It's a children game show where a team of five 2-3 grade students attempts to beat those REALLY BIG LETTERS.
Gameplay
In all rounds except the final the team tries to earn some of the five letter cubes, or perhaps all five. They have to create a 5-letter word from those letter cubes in 10 seconds. Some cubes may be missing. In this case, they try to guess the letters on them. If they create a word, they earn big letters for later use.
Round 1
The team has to find as much letter cubes as they can from 2000 balls in the pool in 1 minute.
First "!"
The team has to name 10 words beginning with one of the big letters in a given time limit to earn "!".
Round 2
Each player in the team is given one paper sheet. The texts on all sheets are the same, except orphographic mistakes are different, each sheet having ONLY ONE mistake. They then have to correct the mistakes in a given time limit, then in turn declaring the corrections. Each correct correction earns the team a letter cube, but if the player makes another mistake, s/he don't earn the team a letter cube.
Second "!"
The team has to name 15 words ending with one of the big letters in a given time limit.
Round 3
Audience round, usually naming some story characters. This round earn big letter/s IMMEDIATELY if won
Round 4
Each episode has different stunt to complete
Third "!"
The players in turn have to name a word with one of the big letters coctaning twice in a word.
The team won't earn "!" if:
1) the player didn't name a valid word;
2) the player fails to respond in 5 seconds.
Final
The missing letters in a word are marked with "!". There can be 3 or sometimes more "!" in a word
The team has to guess a word in a given time limit, sometimes using their "!" to substitute them for letters if they can
If they solved it, they earn a superprize. If they didn't, they earn a consolation prize. Anyway, the word is revealed
Superfinal
The players should make as many words as they can from the letters in the big word (as in Boggle except no direction restrictions) in 60 seconds and extra 10 seconds for each "!" remaining.
The winner of the round wins a superduperprize and gets to say a word or two (as in Are You Smarter than a 5th Grader? or The Weakest Link).
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Re: Большие буквы (The Big Letters), Russian game show

Post by James Doohan » Tue Aug 10, 2010 10:06 pm

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Re: Большие буквы (The Big Letters), Russian game show

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Reported for spam.
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Re: Большие буквы (The Big Letters), Russian game show

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Lesley Hines wrote:Reported for spam.
That's not spam!
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Word Poker, unused Eyeworks game show format

Post by Dmitry Goretsky » Wed Aug 11, 2010 11:27 am

See promo and details HERE or download promo HERE (.flv file)
Download flyer HERE (.pdf file)
GB or USA or any other country, please purchase this format!
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Re: Word Poker, unused Eyeworks game show format

Post by Eoin Monaghan » Wed Aug 11, 2010 11:31 am

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Re: Большие буквы (The Big Letters), Russian game show

Post by Lesley Hines » Wed Aug 11, 2010 12:54 pm

Dmitry Goretsky wrote:This post was made by Dmitry Goretsky who is currently on your ignore list. Display this post.
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Re: Word Poker, unused Eyeworks game show format

Post by Ralph Gillions » Wed Aug 11, 2010 3:04 pm

I have seen many worse formats than Word Poker.
I wonder why they didn't use it.

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Eyeworks game shows

Post by Dmitry Goretsky » Wed Aug 11, 2010 3:42 pm

Discuss any Eyeworks game show here, Beat the Blondes, for example.
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Re: Eyeworks game shows

Post by Marc Meakin » Wed Aug 11, 2010 4:07 pm

Do they have one called 'Gag the Ruskie'
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Dmitry's own special thread

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Just for you, Dmitry.
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Re: Dmitry's own special thread

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Much tidier. :)

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Re: Dmitry's own special thread

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Special being the operative word

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Re: Eyeworks game shows

Post by Ian Volante » Wed Aug 11, 2010 6:47 pm

Dmitry Goretsky wrote:Discuss any Eyeworks game show here, Beat the Blondes, for example.
Is the aim of this show to win the biggest-possible stick for the finale?
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Re: Dmitry's own special thread

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I can't post new topics! It's disabled!!!
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Re: Dmitry's own special thread

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Dmitry Goretsky wrote:I can't post new topics! It's disabled!!!
You can post all your drivel in here, it's what it's here for.

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Re: Dmitry's own special thread

Post by Lesley Hines » Thu Aug 12, 2010 11:41 am

Ryan Taylor wrote:
Dmitry Goretsky wrote:I can't post new topics! It's disabled!!!
You can post all your drivel in here, it's what it's here for.
Exactly
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Re: Eyeworks game shows

Post by Dmitry Goretsky » Fri Aug 13, 2010 9:12 am

Ian Volante wrote:
Dmitry Goretsky wrote:Discuss any Eyeworks game show here, Beat the Blondes, for example.
Is the aim of this show to win the biggest-possible stick for the finale?
For the info about Eyeworks formats, see :arrow: HERE
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Re: Eyeworks game shows

Post by Lesley Hines » Fri Aug 13, 2010 9:14 am

Dmitry Goretsky wrote:For the info about Eyeworks formats, see :arrow: HERE
Classy stuff, Dmitry. Email them and tell them they're missing Jeremy Kyle from their line-up.
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Re: Dmitry's [...] special [...]

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Re: Dmitry's own special thread

Post by Dmitry Goretsky » Sun Aug 15, 2010 5:12 pm

You must play this:
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It's like Countdown Conundrum, but with balls instead of cards and with some twists. BUT you have 15 sec instead of 30.
If the game doesn't load, try this link:
http://flashgameshows.com/game-CCH.html
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Re: Dmitry's own special thread

Post by Ralph Gillions » Sun Aug 15, 2010 9:05 pm

Thanks Dmitry.
I've been playing. Enjoyed it.

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Red Card

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Re: Dmitry's own special thread

Post by Rhys Benjamin » Thu Oct 21, 2010 10:41 am

D'oh!
The forum's resident JAILBAKER, who has SPONDERED several times...

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