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Q: What are two people called when they share the same birthday?

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Its called your Golden Birthday or its called your Champagne Birthday

3 people that I know have th same birthday as me.

It is called a Beddian birthday when the age you are turning is the same as the last two digits of your birth year.

Some people call that your golden birthday.

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If there are 300,000,000 people in the US, then on average you share your birthday with over 82,000 people. Of course, if your birthday is 2/29, you would share it with about 1/4th of that number.

If they are related then they are twins?

On average, in the entire world about twenty eight thousand people will have the same birthday as one another. In a room full of people, there should be two people who have the same birthday.

estimating about 5000

They share a birthday, but not a birth date.

Sonnay and alex are bored

Thousands of cricketers share the same birthday as another. If you were to specify one cricketer, it would be simple task to find several that share their birthday.

For the chance to be at least 50% that two people share the same birthday, there needs to be 22 people. For the chance to be exactly 100% that two people share the same birthday, there needs to be 366 people. If there was 365 people, there would be a very small chance that each person in the room would have different birthdays. With 366 people, there are not enough individual days for every person to have a different birthday, so there has to be at least one pair.

A person shares their birthday with at least nine million different people around the world.

No. Unless they are blood-related to you (twins).

Yes they do share the same subject. Happy birthday.

The probability that 25 random people don't ALL share the same birthday is: 1 - (1/365)**24, or about 0.999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999999968 However, I suspect you meant to ask "What is the probability that 25 random people all have different birthdays?" That is: 1 * (364/365) * (363/365) * (362/365) * ... * (342/365) * (341/365) = 0.4313 So about 43% of the time nobody will share a birthday, and 57% of the time, two or more people will share a birthday.

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