We show different ways to calculate probabilities. The first example illustrates a case where the data sample is normal and the second example for a case where the sample distribution is not normal. It is used three tools: Excel, Minitab, Universal Probability Calculator
Coincidence or the presence of a certain third, unseen factor? Is this how a conspiracy theory is born? An illusory correlation or in Latin, 'um hoc ergo propter hoc', "with this, therefore because of this," also called the false cause.
How does probability influence us in our daily lives? This article takes a brief look at the way we look at problems and the influences on our decisions.