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  1. If you flip two coins you can assume that 25% of the time, both coins will land on heads. This would make it an unlikely event. However, you flip both coins, and they both land on heads. Are you incorrect for thinking that this outcome was unlikely?

    According to a Trump supporter, yes, you are, you batcaveing retard, it landed on heads, how could it be a 25% chance if it happened?

    about 23 days ago from web
    1. @mrmattimation I took Intro Stats in college, there was a guy who couldn't grok "expectation" in the example given. The odds of the Lotto being so bad, one's dollar "investment" is expected to pay maybe pennies. He kept saying, "No, if I buy a ticket, I expect to win it all!" Mostly unironically, it seemed.

      about 23 days ago from web