Given the size of the cube (L) and the size of a stick (r) and the assumption that the first head of the stick has dropped to a random point on the cube, what is the probability that the second head will also be inside the cube? is? Cube.
I know that both heads are in the box when the first floor head is in the box and further from the border. After that, some sticks may have an extreme out of the box depending on their orientation. If the wand is in one corner of the cube, the likelihood that the second head is outside the cube is greater than on the side. How can I calculate the probability that the second head is outside the box, provided the first head is inside the box?