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Clyde OliverU.S.
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I can answer all questions up to, and including, graduate level mathematics. I do not have expertise in statistics (I can answer questions about the mathematical foundations of statistics). I am very much proficient in probability. I am not inclined to answer questions that appear to be homework, nor questions that are not meaningful or advanced in any way. 
Assuming the payout is the same, then yes, the two games are the same. Each lottery ticket is (essentially) independent  they are random, so winning or losing one has no effect on the next ticket
Your idea sort of makes sense  you could divide up the 4088, then divide the remainder, and then the remainder, until the remainder was very small (less than $1 or $0.01 perhaps). However, there is
Well, first of all, this game isn't very safe at all. If you spin a roulette wheel and land on 00, they don't shoot you. There would be thousands of people killed at casinos all over the world. This would