Probability Theory is Nothing but Common Sense Reduced to Calculations
The theory of probabilities is at bottom nothing but common sense reduced to calculus; it enables us to appreciate with exactness that which accurate minds feel with a sort of instinct for which ofttimes they are unable to account.
- Pierre-Simon Laplace (1749-1827)
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