A Perfect Example

A Perfect Example

It is easy to appreciate the relevance of Dennis Barry’s letter to the editor (Contingencies, September/October 2021) in connection with “How Not to Be Wrong” (Contingencies, July/August 2021), an article that discusses probabilistic and statistical fallacies. In tone and in content, Mr. Barry delivers an unabashed lesson of misguided reasoning. The reader does not have to take my word for it. He/she can reason the problem out, simulate it, and/or look for its solution in any reputable source.

Carlos Fuentes

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