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I always keep my hopes up for learning something new and interesting with his shorts and they don't disappoint
I don’t get my hopes up but I keep an open mind. Sure you right
Aww, yeah, agreed, I getcha! ^^
@Cole Carmichael 😬
This is math bro pay attention in school not ITload. He is literally just explaining if something happens and it happens enough we can calculate results 🥲 this isn’t brain surgery
He's the only person making shorts right now that I don't hesitate to watch for exactly this reason.
This sounds like how the Antagonist explains how “Good” a little Chaos might be😂
Senator Armstrong approves
@Demi-Joker Sans sentient life nothing is inherently good, bad, or anything. There are no value systems of any kind whatsoever in nature. But such conversations get very pretentious very quickly.
You must've accidentally added quotations. Chaos is not inherently bad, nor good. Same goes with order.
@Eamon Noel Murphy Semantics
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The ball thing is pretty straightforward - at each barrier, a ball can go either left or right - it's just like flipping a coin. Most balls will have a roughly equal number of lefts and rights, not deviating too far in either direction. This basically maps the distribution you would find from flipping coins.
Thanks for putting that into to words for us.
@Lazy Ro by probability of the sequence. 10 heads is in the tail of the distribution.
@Lazy Ro because the sum of uniform flat distributions approaches a normal distribution
@Lazy Ro each time a ball reaches a pin on the way down, it flips the coin again. A sequential series of coin flips for each ball, for a guassian distribution of coin flip scores.
This remains me of Foundation by Isaac Asimov. Anyone that hasn’t read it really should.It’s basically a guy that invented a field of study that can predict the future due to human actions being predictable (until they aren’t, but it works like a charm in the first hundred+ years).
@Sami Ullah it’s Foundation the series on Apple TV+
It's probably where he got his inspiration from. A similar theme is in Dune with the God Emperor using fundamental psihological forces on large numbers of people to bouth influence and predict future outcomes. 4000 years of tyranny to trigger the desire for the greatest expansion of humans in the universe.
Yes the greatest and fun and thought influencing series I’ve ever read
@Utherellus although plot wise it's become a pretty far cry from the source, but such is the destiny of most adaptations to the screen
@Sami Ullah psycho pass
This is what the Foundation series by Issac Asimov is about. Main character predicts the fall of the galactic empire and since it can't be stopped, the plan to collect all the knowledge available to allow it to reform in under 1000 years instead of the 10,000 years it would take otherwise.
@Orthjolf ? The first command was a joke based on the books
@Herscher 12 but you feel qualified to comment on its theme?
Love Asimov's since I was a child.thanku,I need2read that
@Herscher 12 Mule! your welcome...😬👍🏻
@Orthjolf im not really interrested in watching it
I once had the pleasure of toying with a triple pendulum, though it didn’t have fancy lights like the double one in the video, very fascinating to watch, my first “experiment” was trying to make it repeat the same behaviour, at first it seemed very similar but the sensitivity of it was quickly apparent, that and my inability to hold an object steady and precisely haha
The Mandelbrot set and the Gilbreath's permutations are some examples of grand display of structure form from the chaotic behavior of nature.In case you're interested with the Gilbreath's permutation, it is a result of a Gilbreath's card shuffle where one can predict the whole structure of the deck of card after a single riffle shuffle.It is widely used as a card trick to predict the sequence of the deck.
That's super neat, thanks! I'm gonna go find out more about Gilbreath's permutations :)
I'm too dumb to understand it but I like to play this in front of my girl to act like I'm smart..She saw right through it tho... She know who she chose to be with 🤣😂
As someone who always grasped nearly everything scientific they’ve seen and had to hide it in school to fit in, I really do appreciate hearing about it from the opposite perspective 😂
@The Bush that explains it a bit better
@Nox basically, getting a large sample and find the average variety of that sample. Say you tested out of 100 balls, you found 60% of balls in that group of blue, red, and green are red. So out of 100 balls, around 60 of them should be red, and out of 1000 balls, around 600 of them should be red. You can even see this by dropping a bunch of cubes, even if they scatter around, most of them would land in the middle, that would be the average landing spot. So even if you drop a bigger number of cubes, most of them should still fall to the middle
I remember working on designing a soccer stadium project, and we hired a Crowd Movement consultant, watching this video helped me understand some stuff they used to apply, 4 years later.Thanks for this fabolous content
Ah yes, Psychohistory. The entire concept behind Asimov's Foundation series. A wonderful read for any Sci-Fi enjoyer.
Took the words right out of my mouth
Damn you beat me to it
@nR00R didn’t ask
@SpeedDemonJi I guess as much as I care about your opinion.
I had that exact same galliton board sitting on my desk last year and I had no idea what did, all I knew is that the metal beeds made a cool sound when they dropped down so I never ended up moving the board. Thanks for the explanation!
I like seeing these concepts in such a digestible manner. I got through these the hard way in classical mechanics and later in quantum mechanics I and II
One of your coolest and best videos yet, just imo! Thanks for all the quality shorts.
I get more and more respect for Isaac Asimov's Foundation Trilogy as time goes on. The predictability of the aggregate of people was the basic theme of the book.
I can predict my own reactions from past reactions. What motivates me, my usual responses. I need new input and actions and take risks to take a lest predictable path but even in saying that I already have an idea of how far out I would allow myself to reach from where I am comfortable. I have to start somewhere and push limit until they are beyond my expectations.
This is literally how you can explain fate and I love it.
The balls is very interesting. You could use this on a game show where they have balls falling through pegs. Assuming you can choose where the ball is released, you would look to each end for the highest prizes and release the ball on that edge since it essentially doubles your probability of ending up towards that end as the end acts like a mirror (assuming the design of the edges would cause it to act like a mirror of course).
It's also the same in how light particles behaved in the double slit experiment and a fundamental part of quantum physics. "Where there's chaos, order must also exist."
The quote for anyone who missed or wanted to memorise/reread it “Whenever a large sample of chaotic elements are taken in hand, an unsuspected and most beautiful form of regularity proves to have been latent all along”
Intelligent design. FWiW
We use that in machine learning
Yes, until you meet any events that follow a distribution other than gaussian normal...
@Mr Knarf isn’t it the same concept?
@Max Bateman I'm interested in your train of thought too. It blows my mind that people aren't constantly talking about how the universe was created
I assembled one a while back when I used to get tinker crates weekly! I had so much fun with those 😁 The double pendulum that is-
This is why I keep saying that "random" things are, in the end, just chaotic but predictable things, provided that you know all the conditions are. But the thing that we say is the most non-random, making conscious decisions, is actually the most random because one's consciousness isn't confined by any laws whatsoever.
@Anthony Polonkay The mind produces chemicals called neurotransmitters that affect our behavior. We can predict whether people will be more inclined to certain moods and behaviors based on the presence of these neurotransmitters (dating back to birth). The MAOA gene for example can predict an individual’s tendency toward violence and anger. Other features of the mind such as neuroplasticity and localization also give us information on behavior. This is all very much hereditary (rooted in the physical). Of course environment also plays a role, but this can also be studied making your point moot. The fact that you can study past human behavior to predict future human behavior proves that there are constant variables and patterns at work in behavior. Just because there are variables that are difficult to account for does not automatically mean they don’t exist (as corroborated in the above video). What you call “physical forces” is really just science. Your false assumption that the mind is not subject to scientific principle is based on the far more commonplace (and frankly more dogmatic) ideal of “free will,” which is magic, not science. Stating that human behavior is not governed by science is the claim that has no grounding in reality, and I’d ask you to prove it
@Video Guy the claim that the human mind is purely governed by physical forces is not a substaintiatable one. It comes from the dogmatic materialist belief. Likewise the claim we can predict human behavious is not false but I suspect the way you mean it to be that we could potentially predict everything about anyone if we had enough information. And that is a far cry from reality. In reality you can only predict probabilities. And your only able to do so thanks to eecids of previous human behaviour. No predictions of human behaviour are made via studying physics.
Incorrect. The human mind is governed by the same physical properties as every other element in nature. And we can in fact predict human behavior. Not sure where you got the idea that that isn’t the case. As stated in the video: nothing is random.
@Nathan *Watch Kurzgesagt's video titled **_"Can You Upload Your Mind & Live Forever?"_*
Man I've been thinking the same thing for ages now (the thought about random things). When the topic pops out people argue back like I'm crazy.
That "Galton System" was initially confined by geometry and a finite number of variables. The only "chaos" in that system existed/will exist in the form of quantum dynamics.
I love stats. I had to take a lot of stats for psychology classes in college and it was the most fascinating thing to me
As a Statistics graduate, I was so happy to see the nearly perfect normal distribution of balls in each slot hahaha
@Pam Data science and analytics is booming for many industries - mainly to understand trends in the market and business growth. Also, statistics is used heavily in high volume manufacturing to characterize and control process variation (statistical process control - SPC). I worked as a process engineer for years in the semiconductor industry but now lead a team of data analysts and statistical engineers to implement new systems for SPC. Both applications, among many others are booming. Definitely recommend to get into that line of work. Also, love to flex my stat muscles on fantasy sports.. my true love
What kind of job does a statistics Graduate get? Asking for a friend 😶
@Knight wtf does p equal n why
Thats what you called a normal distribution
This dude is MAD SMART! great content! My daughter and I love watching... IMPECCABLE!
The steel balls stuff is actually so absurd to say it's chaotic, those balls always fall in that shape is because all of the balls falling at the same time. Hence, it's actually not chaotic at all...
I like how he goes from "hey guys look at these spinning pendulums!!!" To "based off this information, we can make an educated guess on the average populations thoughts and actions through basic statistics." In a one minutes youtube short, and he sounds like the happiest guy in the world ‼️‼️
Don't forget some other possible factors like weight of balls pushing down on each other as obstacles are impacted forcing close left and right options to "push" the opposite way and speed of flip over, etc. Still looks neat.
That’s also why people need to rely on large sample studies and not individual anecdotal evidence; their individual case might simply be an outlier.
@Bat Man You also fall under the category of people who don’t know who controls what and that’s why you just vilify the the rich and mighty people. If you guys actually want to discuss about conspiracy theories then do it correctly. Bill Gates is relatively very poor to some other people. So is Elon Musk, Jeff Bezos etc. Yes, they want to control people, almost everyone wants to do that if they have the chance. But what does vaccinating people have to do with that? There isn’t a single power that everyone in the world obeys to. Especially not China. The companies that own the world are BlackRock and Vanguard Group.
@justFYImywifeisadoctor I am objective, I support peaceful protest against injustice. The people who looted and set fires were idiots that disgraced something that was positive. That being said, the people who were who were peacefully protesting Trump's loss and didn't raid, although I think they are delusional and denying reality have the right to do so, but the ones who raided have no excuse.
I mean, it depends on what you are trying to do.
@Jason Clouse You’re so so good, wow. 😘 🤦🏽♀️
@Cindy I don’t think my comment made a dent on your own bias. 😏
you teach me so much every day. I was completely adamant on not going to post secondary school, but now I want to go to university and learnnnn
Chaotic actually means sensitivity to intial conditions , but the system must also have topological transitivity and a periodic solution to be chaotic. Only sensitivity to intial conditions isnt enough for chaos
When you dropped the double pendulum when it was dark, it’s so satisfying watching it fit with the music. 😌
Emerging patterns from smaller seemingly chaotic particules. One of the most fascinating things in the world for me.
The most profound part of this for me. Is a predictability of human beings as a chaotic system. Blew my mind
The most profound part of this is me. Me, myself, and I.
Veronica Mancinelli upon more and more sub headlines
Veronica Mancinelli btw nowadays those types of models are used to stir up a green revolution. I’ll happy provide someone’s rhetoric. I have a present insight of today’s history
Veronica Mancinelli I’m so happy that I’m finding this word in every channel that I’m subscribed to compared to the last 2 years
@juggernautjigsaw99 that’s only after observing a lot of behavior, not general human behavior.
I love that I understood this, I’m taking AP statistics and it’s super interesting so I’m actually learning stuff
Love it! Social statistics and planning is awesome.
This has actually helped a lot with understanding stats
Wow that last piece of information is pretty crazy , ive thought this before, a system that can predict future events of a population
“It can be impossible to determine what any person will do, but one can (with precision) determine what the *average* person will do”
When you are young you want to be special When you get older you just want to be simple
@Marcus But they are!
@topher lee no single person is the average. Average is an emergent property of many singular things
P. T. Barnum in a nutshell to some extent.
@Marcus ergo, on average, a person likely does not want to be average according to this.. hard to beat science I know
The double pendulum is so effective to show the butterfly effect too. If you move the starting point by even the tiniest amount, it will have vastly different results
Finally a shorts video that actually teaches legit knowledge lol.
I dont know if this applies or relates... It's about probability though, and this video reminded me of an experiment we did in like... 5th grad (2005) where the whole class of about 15-25 people were given coins and asked to flip them something like... 50 times, maybe 100 times each, and to write down the results of if it was heads or tails. When we were done, we tallied up everyone's results and it was a fairly high number (something in the 10 thousands) for tails. Then we tallied up the results for heads, and it was an exact even ratio. The whole experiment ended up being 50/50. The teacher was so excited because the whole point of the experiment was to show how, for example, the higher number of tries between something that is 50/50, the more likelihood that all those tries will add up to 50/50.If anyone wants to correct my language here, or better and more coherently explain what I'm trying to say, I would greatly appreciate it and I would not take offense at all.
My friend, you did it! You actually fucking did it! You managed to get me to not remain the harbinger of death towards anything statistics related. You Sir, are the epitome of a Hero! /bow /clap /cheer
It's not really chaotic though. The steel balls fall through a small hole with a pattern of blockades that lend to them mostly falling in the middle and progressively falling less so to the sides of the middle.
Beautiful, gauss curve. There is a chance, albeit a very, very small one, that only the side columns will be filled. it would probably need to rotate trillions of times.
Democracy hinted...Mind control implicitly explained. Love it!!!
I have my issues with the Gault board. Is it really random, when all the balls start at on spot? Sure the most of them will end up in the middle, because that's where they started. If they would start at the right corner, most likely they the curve would be shifted to the right. Nothing random about that.
My father used to say something philosophical based off this:"No matter the individual choices, in the end, few end up on the extremes of anything. Money, power, status, hard work, talent or anything. The most crowd is always in the average." He proceeded to give examples of coming to school, few reach half or an hour earlier, few reach half n hour later, many just make it and most arrive 5-10 mins before. No matter how less, there is always a possibility of extreme happenings.
Some individual choices can be pretty impactful. You could call it a catalyst choice, where a person's choice affect the choices of others, leading to a completely different probability, changing the average
@I once killed A man with my shoe In conclusion, every sphere of life has been politicized, private or public. So now you can always claim someone's doing something because their politics told them so.
@I once killed A man with my shoe Those protest organizers can be sued as well and I hope he does that. Every lying scumbag politician and every celebrity, media personalities, everyone. He won the battle on the streets of Kenosha and in the court, now the real war has only started, a war in which he's the Goliath and the rest are David, only this time David will be promptly crushed. But David will try to do the same to Kim Potter. And the trial already has been tainted.
@I once killed A man with my shoe Same with Rittenhouse's and now Potter's trial. This is not justice, far from it, you have jurors and the judge being intimidated. Rittenhouse was found not guilty yet the college attendees to which Kyle used to go organized a protest, in which they go on a racist tirade, even though Kyle stopped attending it two days prior. In fact he won't even have to attend to any college, the defamation lawsuits will earn him more than enough to not have to work for the rest of his and his family's life and several generations after our miserable lives end.
@I once killed A man with my shoeSame for your highly politicized trials. There was no justice in Chauvin's case, only one political group getting what it wants, especially when a congresswoman comes to the place, where the trial is held, and incites people to destroy, burn and loot more if they don't get their way. Jurors weren't even sequestered, and then they gave interviews in which they basically admit they were intimidated, which should result in a mistrial with prejudice.
“Life -uh…. Finds a way…”
I’m dead 😂😂
Even though the universe might seem like it was formed by appearing from nothing, into a space that already existed from nothing, and exploded in a chaotic big bang caused by nothing…it really was actually created.
Does this still work same if you drop one steal ball at a time? I hypothesize the steal balls are bouncing off each other and stopping them from spreading out. Thoughts 💭?
Crazy thing was, the middle had more steel balls then the slots that was on the outside, probably cuz it was faster for the balls to drop straight then go all the way on the ends, but I get what you mean
That's why Youtube makes seemingly stupid decisions such as removing dislikes. An individual knows it's stupid, but YT knows it will sway the views of a portion of the masses.
@M Geller Yeah but see that just makes it worse for YT. Us that know why they took away the dislikes are just going to inform others who don't know or they will hear about it and start to hear what other people are saying about it which will become the Main Street thought in their mind about why they removed the dislike button. So they actually make it worse for themselves by doing actions like this. Let's not forget even though the average person does follow the masses when they perceive that a new opinion is becoming the primary mainstream thought they will think about it and possibly change their mind. Especially due to the fact that people are seeing the dislikes on certain ideas on videos so when they wonder why they hear someone says oh it's because they want to hide certain things, that gives credibility to those who say it.
Only because they have almost complete control of this medium of entertainment. There are very few competitors, and whenever a new similar form comes out like TikTok or Twitch, they just copy their formula and pay ITloadrs more money to do so. It's a perfect system, and ITloadrs are a slave to it...they know what the algorithm favors. Hell I remember when ITloadrs thought they were so clever for figuring out the algorithm 😂, only to realize later that was ITload's intentions for them to Feed the algorithm, ie how they prefer content is made.
Yes. I had same thoughts!
@George Brantley EXACTLY.
@George Brantley This isn't an argument of technicalities I commented from.
I wonder if prime numbers could be "solved" one day meaning that in the chaos/irregular appearance there could be found a pattern (Riemann hypothesis?)
For anyone wanting to read more, the emergence of the normal (gaussian) distribution in many large-population systems is called Central Limit Theorem. The steel balls are a nice visualisation of this.
Most beautiful way of explaining basics statistical concepts I’ve ever encountered. wonderful work ma boy
There's some term I've hears of that this reminds me of; basically that a couple of simple rules will give rise to a complex system that grows off of those initial rules.
Predictable Chaos is also applicable in public participation events like Markets demand and supply OR to be the very specific stock market as explained in Dow Theory
@Neon Demon u the 🤡 buddy
@Bat Man 🤡
And participation in taking vaccines. Through great market research, propaganda and coercion. Vaccine sales have reached the predicted target of 95% of the population. Through freedom of choice sales would have been only 30% with good marketing up to 70% but with grest coercion tactics, the 95% sales target has been hit. I don't know the expected sales targets for boosters. But I know the vaccines companies are placing orders with governments for 100% population coverage with governments taking the losses when the consumption rate is less than perfect 👌 predictable humanity. So easy to control by fear and propaganda
Bingo, finding the pattern where there seems to he none
The data from the Galton board would be more accurate if each of the hundreds of balls were dropped individually and documented for their average instead of all being dropped all at once. They end up knocking into each other and effecting the results
Bell curves apply to people too. When separating between demographic groups the majority of the bell curve overlaps but the far tail ends do not.
Does this also explains why everything in a molecular level is super complicated while every object it forms can be easily explained?
me as a nano student : yeah, our study is chaos for sure
Yes, nature is probabilistic in atomic level. Big objects look deterministic and simple but are made of undeterministic components.
yup this is beautiful. You can see such patterns in something as chaotic as stock price movement
The pendulum could be considered chaotic but it's chaotic in one stuck spot, however the Ball & Pegs can be called chaotic but it's truly a Controlled Chaos or Controlled Order, since you can put the balls to the right most will fall on the right, you put them on the left and most will fall on the left, it's controlled, but drop the balls on the floor with no pegs in the way let's see where they go, now that would be a chaos theory or random chaos.
This is a good explanation for fluid mechanics. Navier Stokes completely describes fluid flow, but starting and boundary conditions make them impossible to solve.
This is like another level to science. Pseudo almost, or metascientific (i don't know how else to put it). I've never really considered how statistics work aside from numbers, but this has proven a physical constant to statistics (at least in my mind). Thank you for this.
Hope I’m not wrong about this. Just learned something like the Galton Board in my AP Stats class. The Central Limit Theorem states that if a sample is of a high enough size (the sweet spot is 30+), the distribution is roughly normal.
I’d love to see someone flip one of those board and it’s the opposite to a bell curve, like it’s possible but very low odds
So would rolling dice be considered random or chaotic (since theoretically you could make a device that throws the dice the same exact way every time)
Why don't you throw them a bunch of times and find out lol
I said it before and I’ll say it again… This is the best channel on YouTube.
This leaves out a lot about chaos though. Specifically chaos theory, which shows that there are limits to our ability to make predictions in any complex system. The limits of our measurements mean no matter how accurate those measurements are (within realistic, finite limits), over a long enough distance errors will compound.Sure, we can predict within reasonable odds what a large crowd will do in the near future, but can we predict what they'll do two weeks from now?
@Gravity Is Wrong but if you could know every variable e.g. in a simulation
@Herscher 12 Absolutely not. Randomness in a system is, by definition, a collection of unknown variables. You cannot know all the variables. Ever. That’s the whole point.
@Bat Man then there's the law of diminishing returns. For example, a large minority would not take the shot, then another portion only got 1 shot, then another only get two, the another only got 1 booster. You are left with a smaller and smaller group of compliant people as time goes on... It ultimately fails. They may have done their research but they ultimately screwed up and will wind up hanging for their crimes against humanity. You can see their desperation showing with more and more authoritarian controls that are being ignored by the people.
@Gravity Is Wrong so you agree that, if we had a closed system and knew all the variables we could predict everything that will happen in this closed system?
@Herscher 12 I think the issue is a misunderstanding of the term random. Randomness is a unitless overlay we apply to a system to describe unpredictable variances. It’s the heart of statistical modeling and control. We maximize the probability of a desired outcome by controlling the variables we know in respect to the constants we know. Outside of those known variables there is another set of variables that we do not know. As we don’t know then we can’t measure or control them. As unknowns they lack a description, so we use random as a catch all for them. As we learn more we are able to measure and describe a previously unknown variable and give it a name and predict its behavior. But until then it’s random. I’m not sure what you’re on about with quantum mechanics, but we don’t need to get anywhere close to that scale to treat randomness. Merely existing creates a huge quantity of randomness and that randomness increases with the duration of that existence. The randomness begets more randomness. It’s a good thing. The minute we believe randomness has been eliminated is the minute we stop learning.
I actually knew this one, very interesting concept.
Curious what the ' bell curve' would look like if the mass of the tiny balls were started at the left or right. I suspect it's just gravity
One of my favorite lines from Chaos was something like „Chaos is just an order we don‘t understand yet.“
This is one of the most interesting videos I’ve seen in a long time. Thank you for educating me!
Great video. I also enjoyed the one you did about honey badgers.
Lets take a moment to appreciate the perfectly timed music in the beginning
I disagree on the last couple sentences, especially the one about people: you can predict basic necessities or behaviors based off them but that's about it.You won't be able to predict irrational behaviors or unique necessities.
Chaos Theory is cool but also a bit scary. It means that even what we can't predict will be predictable if we knew the exact initial conditions, which makes chaos look a lot like order which we don't understand. It's also what determinism is all about. Humans have initial conditions too.
I work for a company that does statistical analysis and each day it amazes me how developers are able to use our software for everyday data manipulation and such. I may not always understand it but when I do, it’s 👌
Good use for that wall ! I wondered what kinds of things you could do with it.
Wonderfully Explained 🙏
You just articulated what I’ve thought all along about groups of people
The steel balls absolutely start in the exact same spot at the top center every single time. Of course they’re going to create the inverted triangle every single time.
This is exactly what will be found to be behind the uncertainty in quantum theory
This pretty much sums up the entire universe seeming so random.
I disagree profoundly with the last statement. It ignores one simple fact, which is actually a basic rule of economics- all people are rational. Meaning that the individual choices are not random or chaotic, they are calculated. In a fire, most people will run and try to save themselves not because they are #chaotic, but because its rational to want to live.
Such an amazing and interesting subject
"Life...uh...finds a way."-Ian Malcolm
Also petter griffin.
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I think that was peter griffin
@atmatey 😂 broo
says the isle's experimental rex
That was one of the best shorts I have watched lately.
There’s something great about seeing this in action, but also a little terrifying to see what power there is to wield if you know how to predict the outcome of chaos. How do you break free of prediction I wonder?
Interesting fact: politicians use a similar model to predict the reaction/behaviour of citizens when it comes to tax raising and other shady shit they do. If the risk is too high, they change something.
Precisely why analytical statistics was my favorite class in grad school!
And this is exactly the thing that boggles my brain and makes me want to delve into it. That and the fact of percentages. I cannot accept that something that happened had only let's a .03 chance of happening but it happened. That means that the .03% wasn't correct because it happened and cannot unhappen so it had a 100% chance of happening
For anyone wondering the curve is used in A LOT of statistic problems and is called the normal distribution curve which is symmetrical and used to find areas/ distance between cut offs called z (or sometimes t scores) a z score is just the distance of standard deviations away from the true mean (the middle)
I predict that more than half the people that watch this video on a loop, still do not understand what it actually means. Additionally, out of the half that gets it and the half that don't... nearly all will enjoy the video!
Oh crap I think I could actually use this in assignments as one of the factors that can be observed from a survey among a large group of people
i think its so cool that when you draw pascals triangle on a galton board, the number on each peg tells you the exact amount of ways the ball can get to that point
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