False Positives

IB Maths: Applications & Interpretation: False Positives

"A sentence as an attention grabbing tag lone for the activity, in quotes, centered, size 16 and Navy blue"The False Positive Paradox is a good, if not somewhat alarming example of counterintuitive Probability. Very few tests are 100% effective and as such errors occur. What"s surprising is the impact these errors can apparently have. In this exercise there are data and statistics to help understand this paradox along...

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