Simple question for this one:
In Riddler City, the city streets follow a grid layout, running north-south and east-west. You’re driving north when you decide to play a little game. Every time you reach an intersection, you randomly turn left or right, each with a 50 percent chance.
After driving through 10 intersections, what is the probability that you are still driving north?
I take an interest in what the UK’s Office for National Statistics puts out, especially around employment and the economy. I’m also learning Jupyter and the Python DS tools, so I’ve taken one of their data series and tidied it up to use in Pandas.
I had a few problems getting a MySQL instance up and running in Gitlab CI/CD, so here are the errors I found and the steps I took.
This page only exists to let me test a web crawler I’m playing with. Please ignore it!
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