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Instructions: Please play with the buttons and sliders. You can figure it out faster than I can explain it.

Zeno paths start at x = 1/2 and step either left (toward 0) or right (toward 1) with equal probability. The length of each step is equal to one-half of the distance to whichever boundary is nearer. Observation suggests that after the first few steps, the walker is much more likely to be found near 0 or 1 than in the middle of the segment. But a question remains: If the walk were allowed to continue indefinitely, would the walker get stuck on one side or the other, or would it cross back and forth over the midline infinitely often?

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