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# Tag Archives: probability spreadsheet

## On the probability of frog croaks.

A recent logical puzzle from TED discussed the probability of one of two frogs being female, if we know that at least one of them is male: This puzzle is discussed (arriving at different conclusions) here: and puzzles of this … Continue reading

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Tagged croaking frog paradox, Probability puzzle, probability spreadsheet
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