What She Wore: Khaki capris; green, long-sleeve shirt; brown, leather boots.
We’re teaching probability in class. Right now we’re focusing on the big concepts: 100% means it will definitely happen, 0% means it’s impossible, everything in between represents degrees of maybe. After spending some time reinforcing these ideas, one of the students had a question:
If that’s true, then why do the women on Maury say they’re 100% sure the guy is the daddy, and he’s not the daddy?
What’s the probability every kid in the class knew exactly what she was talking about?