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What are the odds against winning the Lottery, making money in a casino, or backing the right horse? Every day, people make judgements on these matters and face other decisions that rest on their understanding of probability: buying insurance, following medical advice, carrying an umbrella. Yet many of us have a frightening ignorance of how probability works. Taking Chances presents an entertaining and fascinating exploration of probability, revealing traps

and fallacies in the field. It describes and analyses a remarkable variety of situations where chance plays a role, including football pools, the Lottery, TV games, sport, cards, roulette, coins, and dice. This new edition has been fully updated, and includes information on "Who Wants to be a Millionaire?"

and "The Weakest Link", plus a new chapter on Probability for Lawyers.

GENRE
Arts et spectacles
SORTIE
1999
4 mars
LANGUE
EN
Anglais
LONGUEUR
388
Pages
ÉDITEUR
OUP Oxford
TAILLE
11
Mo

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