tag:blogger.com,1999:blog-2089841603718808814.post1541859345396312845..comments2017-05-24T10:17:00.010-07:00Comments on Another Artifact : 1603Ballard Borichhttp://www.blogger.com/profile/10947518732612194055noreply@blogger.comBlogger1125tag:blogger.com,1999:blog-2089841603718808814.post-53014664777569348222017-05-07T07:30:03.190-07:002017-05-07T07:30:03.190-07:003.875 X 2.75 inches
Moulin du Roy 90 lb HP w/c pa...3.875 X 2.75 inches <br />Moulin du Roy 90 lb HP w/c paper<br />graphite/watercolor pencils/water-soluble wax pastels<br /><br />calculating probabilities <br />in a situation like a coin toss is straightforward <br />because the outcomes are mutually exclusive<br />either one event or the other must occur<br />each coin toss is an independent event<br />the outcome of one trial has no effect on subsequent ones<br />no matter how many consecutive times one side lands facing up<br />the probability that it will do so at the next toss is always .5 (or 50-50) <br /><br />the mistaken idea that a number of consecutive results <br />makes it more likely that a different result will follow <br />is known as the gambler's fallacy <br />(one that has led to the downfall of many a bettor)Ballard Borichhttp://www.blogger.com/profile/10947518732612194055noreply@blogger.com