Why do we use standard deviation at most places when we have conceptually easier to understand mean absolute division? Let's try to figure it out.

A Simple yet Interesting Question in Statistics

Let's make the computer play thousands of times betting on different strategies to see if it's really a fallacy. And more!

See the Information Theory in a new light. Understand intuitively how the **information of an event naturally relates to its probability and encoding**

And, it's nice to know that understanding information theory helps in getting some of the aspects of **machine learning** as well.

Let's derive the probability equations that govern the predictions of the famous **Monty Hall problem**. Doing it for generalized number of total, closed and open doors gives us a better understanding and deeper satisfaction!

Let's dissect one of the (if not **the**) most beautiful equations in mathematics.

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