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• ### #7107Up ↑+2/2Down ↓[Report ]2018-01-12 13:39 EST

Stein: Has anyone taken... that class? AP... AP... Mitochondria?
*class laughs*
Student: Biology?
Stein: Yeah, AP Bio! Do you do chi-squared tests in that class?

• ### #6870Up ↑+2/2Down ↓[Report ]2017-10-30 13:43 EST

//stein talking about gambler's fallacy and law of large numbers
Stein: The book asks a question about a survey that asks whether or not people planned to read President Clinton's book.
Ostrander: Which President Clinton - past or future?
Stein: Which President Clinton? Past.
Ostrander: Future. She's due.

• ### #5910Up ↑+5/5Down ↓[Report ]2016-04-28 13:25 EST

// Donut Day in Statistics
Stein: We're going to select who gets donuts first by random number. Shyaer! Pick a random number from 1 to 5.
Shyaer: 3.
Stein: I said a random num-- Shyaer, go out into the hall. We need to have a talk. You get donuts last.

• ### #5904Up ↑+3/3Down ↓[Report ]2016-04-22 15:08 EST

// Magnet Statistics, Stein complaining about Republicans who deny climate change
Stein: So the deniers have this two word sound bite that basically means α=.00000001, called "sound science."
Stein: And then there's this other two word sound bite that describes people who are absolutely sure that climate change exists, and will do everything to stop it. It's called--
Raphael: Al Gore.

• ### #5655Up ↑+11/11Down ↓[Report ]2015-11-23 03:06 EST

// Anderson is attempting to pick a random group of presenters numbered 1 through 5
Anderson: I will now throw this die to pick one of the groups.
// Rolls a 6
// Rolls a 6 again
Anderson: If I get three sixes in a row, you guys can do anything for the rest of the period.
// Rolls a 6

• ### #5567Up ↑+25/27Down ↓[Report ]2015-10-06 14:14 EST

Stein: Did you just correct her grammar? That's not how you make friends, Sambuddha.

• ### #5410Up ↑+3/3Down ↓[Report ]2015-03-10 22:36 EST

Stein: A lot of middle school boys think they're sexually active if a girl smiles at them. Right Tim?
Timothy: Right!

• ### #5355Up ↑+1/1Down ↓[Report ]2015-01-12 23:14 EST

"Ms. Roebens' hairline look like a normal curve"

• ### #4838Up ↑−4/8Down ↓[Report ]2014-04-05 16:16 EST

// Freshman Precalc B
Ben: 93% of statistics are made up on the spot.
Sam: 82.8% of numbers between 1 and 1000 aren't prime.
Giles: 14% of people knew that.

• ### #4458Up ↑+31/33Down ↓[Report ]2013-02-26 20:39 EST

//Stat homework, explaining random vs. arbitrary selection; Matt shows a page that displays the numbers 1, 2, 3, 4
Matt: Sankar, pick one.
Sankar: One.
Matt: Why did you chose one?
Sankar: You said pick one, so I picked "one".
Matt: OK, pick another number.
Sankar: One.

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