zzzing (zzzing) wrote in mathjamz,

First two today were too easy?

Ok then:

Three points are chosen at random inside a square. Each point is chosen by choosing a random x-coordinate and a random y-coordinate.

A triangle is drawn with the three random points as the vertices. What is the probability that the center of the square is inside the triangle?

1)Can this be solved?
2a)If yes, whats the answer?
2b)If no, why not?
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