## Your Questions About Odd Calculator

Carol asks…

## Has anyone used poker odds calculator?

I recently came across this term and the concept kind of excited me. I would like to know more about it.

### admin answers:

Yes, I’ve come across many poker odds calculator. You can find many over the web for free. And they’ll be pretty easy to use too. Just choose your hole cards and starting hand of your opponent and click the „Get Odds“ button and the free calculator will calculate winning poker odds of each hand. With the help of this free poker odds calculator you can also calculate Texas Holdem poker hand odds pre-flop, on the flop and up to the turn. It is very simple tool to find out what are your odds of winning poker hand.

It’s always good idea to check the poker hand odds using odds calculator before you call somebody a „sucker“. Even more sensible reason for the use of poker odds calculator is to know the poker hand odds and make profitable decisions.

Paul asks…

## Need the solution of odd looking logarithmic equation?

I need to solve this **odd** looking equation, by any means. Any online **calculator** or software will work but I cant find it.

3*x*log(x)+(64.35*x)+41894=0

It would be really great if you could provide some fast method.

TIA

### admin answers:

I have used Newton’s method to solve this equation:

3 x log(x) + 64.35 x + 41894 = 0

There are no real solutions to this equation. There are two complex solutions.

Ken asks…

## Graphics calculator is saying incorrect answer?

I have a TI-84 plus graphics **calculator**.

I noticed that when i type in any negative number to an even positive power the answer is negative.

For example:

-2 to the power of 2 = -4

And **odd** powers still give negative numbers.

for example:

-2 to the power of 3 = -8.

If i manually type in -2 X -2 it gives me a positive 4. Why is this happening and how do i fix it?

### admin answers:

…you are not entering (- 2) as the base !

You are entering – 2^2, which the calculator (correctly following the order of operations) is raising 2 to the second power, then taking the negative.

You must use parentheses to specify your base !

Id est

Nancy asks…

## Hey you, with the calculator! What are the odds?

I am terrible at math so I’m hoping someone could give me a hand here…

If a coin were to have a .058% better chance to land heads side up, what is the probability that it will land heads up 7 times in a row within a 100 coin flips. What about after 300 flips?

Thank you very much to anyone who can help

### admin answers:

My first stop would be wikipedia or google for a quick reference. I actually had a similar question not even 5 days ago, but I couldn’t find the answer. If it’s possible, try getting help from someone with more knowledge/experience/expertise, like a professional if it’s possible. This can be pretty important.

I saw a forum with this online, but I didn’t have time to read it all. Try checking it out. I want to help out more, but I’m not 100% sure about the answer. Sorry I’m not much help. I hope you found your answer! Good luck!

David asks…

## Need the solution of odd looking logarithmic equation?

I need to solve this **odd** looking equation, by any means. Any online **calculator** or software will work but I cant find it.

3*x*log(x)+(64.35*x)+41894=0

It would be really great if you could provide some fast method.

TIA

### admin answers:

3*x*log(x)+(64.35*x)+41894=0

you can use MS Excel. Which I did.

But I don’t see any real solutions. Logx is defined only for x>0, and given that, all the three terms are all positive, so they will always add up to a positive number, and never zero.

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