Tuesday, July 15, 2008
54. A simpler web.
Problem 53. is tough. You might be able to wrap you head around this one, then, once you see the principle, give 53. another try. A spider and a fly are on two corners of a triangular web. The spider moves to an adjacent corner randomly once a second. The fly stays put. On average how many seconds does it take for the spider to reach the fly? (2 Points)