Mini Moose 2707 shouted: FaRTy1billion It would depend on the distribution generating the numbers. Numbers from a uniform distribution from -x to x would average (x + -x)/2 = 0 for all real x. You could have other probability distributions with different results.
truly random numbers aren't bounded you scrub
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Mini Moose 2707 -- If you're taking an average of many numbers from a distribution, the law of large numbers will push that average towards the distribution's average.
FaRTy1billion shouted: If you had an infinite number of truly random numbers, would it equal 0 to add them all together?
It would depend on the distribution generating the numbers. Numbers from a uniform distribution from -x to x would average (x + -x)/2 = 0 for all real x. You could have other probability distributions with different results.