Have you ever played darts? It’s a game where you’ll have to throw a dedicated dart at the board to score points.
There are many variations of the game, but the most popular game in this game is the “501” rule: players have 501 points, then throw darts to deduct points. The person who scores 0 with the least number of throws wins. Note: the player will have to calculate so that the score is deducted “exactly” to 0, and the dart will eventually fall into the double range.
If you aim for 20 points and fail, the number you get will be 1 or 5 points.
However, controlling the darts at will is not easy. Professional players can win this game by 9 turns (the lowest number of turns).
But according to a study by Professor Graham Kendall – a mathematician at Nottingham University (UK), an average person can still take advantage of it as an advantage, if you follow the tactics below.
Specifically, according to the professor, a dart board is divided into 20 equal intervals, with 2 rings of center in the middle, and the two circles symbolize the times 2 and 3. , because about 20 vnd three food is the place for the highest score.
The ordering of points is also very scientific when arranging high scores alongside low scores. Therefore, only a small error will need to be paid for with a big score. For example, if you aim for 20 points and fail, the number you get will be 1 or 5 points.
According to Tibshirani’s statistics, only professional players with a margin of error when throwing only 5mm should aim for the dinning area.
Those with an error of about 25mm should only choose safer areas like the treble 19, or 16, because the adjacent numbers are relatively large: 8 and 7.
And even those with a 60mm margin of error can get a high score by targeting the middle circles – the rate of bullets and bullets is higher.