Like, a few billion years. The odds of you filling out a perfect bracket this year are a staggering 1 in 9.2 quintillion. That’s a nine with 18 zeroes or 9,223,372,036,854,775,808 if you’re not into the whole rounding thing.
Also question is, how much money do you get for a perfect bracket?
$1 billion. The odds are astronomical, but think of the bragging rights you would earn if you filled out a perfect March Madness bracket. This year, it could also earn you a cool $1 billion.
What are the odds of winning a March Madness bracket?
According to Forbes, you have a 1 in 9,223,372,036,854,777,808 chance of filling out a bracket without any errors. If it’s easier to say, that’s one in 9.2 quintillion. One professor at DePaul goes as far as to believe the odds could be as good as one in 128 billion.
What is the best number in the world?
“73 is the 21st prime number,” Sheldon explains. “Its mirror, 37, is the 12th and its mirror, 21, is the product of multiplying 7 and 3 and in binary 73 is a palindrome, 1001001, which backwards is 1001001.”
Why the number 13 is unlucky?
Some believe this is unlucky because one of those thirteen, Judas Iscariot, was the betrayer of Jesus Christ. From the 1890s, a number of English language sources relate the “unlucky” thirteen to an idea that at the Last Supper, Judas, the disciple who betrayed Jesus, was the 13th to sit at the table.