Q: Who invented the Birthday Paradox?

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A birthday attack is a method of code decryption which exploits the birthday paradox - that which explains that within a class of 30 students, there is an assumed probability of two sharing the same birthday of 70 percent.

In a room of just 23 people there's a 50-50 chance of two people having the same birthday. In a room of 75 there's a 99.9% chance of two people matching birth dates.

The first syllable of paradox is accented. (par-a-dox)

A synonym for "paradox" is enigma. There are no antonyms. Please see the related link below.

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A birthday attack is a method of code decryption which exploits the birthday paradox - that which explains that within a class of 30 students, there is an assumed probability of two sharing the same birthday of 70 percent.

The liar paradox: "This statement is false." The barber paradox: "The barber shaves all and only those men in the village who do not shave themselves. Does the barber shave himself?" The omnipotence paradox: "Can an all-powerful being create a rock so heavy that even they cannot lift it?" Zeno's paradoxes of motion: Achilles and the tortoise, Dichotomy, and Arrow paradoxes. The unexpected hanging paradox: A judge tells a prisoner he will be hanged at noon on one weekday, but the prisoner is unexpectedly hanged at noon on a weekday. Ship of Theseus paradox: If every part of a ship is replaced, is it still the same ship? The grandfather paradox: If you were to travel back in time and prevent your grandparents from meeting, would you still exist? The predestination paradox: If you go back in time and change something to prevent an event from happening, could you have gone back in the first place? Sorites paradox (paradox of the heap): If you remove one grain at a time from a heap of sand, when does it stop being a heap? The birthday paradox: In a room of 23 people there is a 50% chance that two of them share the same birthday, even though it seems unlikely at first glance.

paradox = paradoha (however, the English word "paradox" is more common).

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"Paradox" is a noun.

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fermi paradox is very confusing. We can not explain that Paradox.

The address of the Montrose Rld - Paradox Branch is: 21501 Six Mile Road, Paradox, 81429 1000

The Tagalog word for "paradox" is "salungatan" or "balintuna."

Whole universe is nothing but a big paradox. Life is a paradox sherlock, Deal with it.