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Unformatted text preview: though. The pigeon hole and pigeon example was a pretty good opening and made it easy to understand. The formula I got from this chapter is basically, take the birthday for example: If you have 12 months and 13 people then of course, at least two people would have the same birthday month. Basically, you take the number of holes available and the number of people, or any object, and the difference between them times two would be the number of people sharing....
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- Fall '11