Ivy League grads apparently figured out how to game the lottery system – this professor explains how

Ivy League grads apparently figured out how to game the lottery system - this professor explains how 1

 

Philip Stark, a professor of statistics with UC Berkeley explains the strategy used by the student and whether or not it is unethical.

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9 Comments on "Ivy League grads apparently figured out how to game the lottery system – this professor explains how"

  1. Uncompromised opinion | November 27, 2020 at 5:11 PM | Reply

    IF YOU WANT TO KNOW IF IT IS UNETHICAL, PICK THEM UP AND DROP THEM OFF IN FRONT OF A PUBLIC CROWD AND TELL THEM WHAT THEY DID….

  2. Audrée & Jamie | November 27, 2020 at 5:32 PM | Reply

    When I was 10 my cousin and I figured out which chip bags had the winning cards for free chips inside them. We only needed 27 cents a day and we could eat chips for the entire day. By the time we cleaned the store out of all of the winning bags the new weekly shipment would arrive and we would start again. Thinking back there’s no way the store clerk didn’t catch on. One day we ate so many bags of salt and vinegar chips that our tongues were bleeding.

  3. Chauncey Sullivan | November 27, 2020 at 7:48 PM | Reply

    Dafuq you jus say?
    🐿💨😷

  4. The ethical questions are backwards. Why the heck is the government in the gambling business to begin with? That’s the question. Why do we consider it acceptable?

  5. Is it mr beast again?

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