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## Judgements in a Fitful Realm | Cheenta Probability Series

This post discusses how judgments can be quantified to probabilities, and how the degree of beliefs can be structured with respect to the available evidence in decoding uncertainty leading towards Bayesian Thinking. The object of reasoning is to find out, from the...

## Probability From A Frequentist’s Perspective || Cheenta Probability Series

This post discusses about the history of frequentism and how it was an unperturbed concept till the advent of Bayes. It sheds some light on the trending debate of frequentism vs bayesian thinking. ***10 min read*** “The probable is that which for the most part...

## Some Classical Problems And Paradoxes In Geometric Probability||Cheenta Probability Series

This is our 6th post in our ongoing probability series. In this post, we deliberate about the famous Bertrand’s Paradox, Buffon’s Needle Problem and Geometric Probability through barycentres. **(10 min read)** “Geometry is not true, it is...

## How to Measure the Length of your Earphone from a Pic?| Cheenta Probability Series

This is our 5th post in the Cheenta Probability Series. This article teaches how to mathematically find the length of an earphone wire by its picture. Let’s explore some truths. A Line is made up of Points.A Curve is made up of Lines.Earphones are as Messy. This...

## Physics of Coin Tossing and Uncertainty | Cheenta Probability Series

This is our 4th post in the Cheenta Probability Series that deals with the physics involved in coin tossing. It reveals the true nature of uncertainty. “It is a very tedious task !! First you have to calculate where he is and where is is not, then you must...

## An Unexpected Correspondence and some Unfinished Games | Cheenta Probability Series

Human revolutionized and extended her/is restrictions on perception to natural phenomenon, when s/he started thinking about chances. We already know what crucial roles chances play when we cross the road on a busy traffic or while playing a game of 29 (card game), you...