No one knows what will happen in the future, but probability is a way to measure the likelihood of an event happening. Probability can be communicated as proportions ranging from 0, (it will not happen) to 1, (it will happen) and as percentages ranging from 0% to 100%. There are four types of probability. Classic probability is determined by listing all the possible outcomes of the activity and recording the actual occurrences. Experimental probability is calculated by the number of possible outcomes by the number of trials. Theoretical probability bases the possible probability on the possible chances of something happening. Subjective probability is the likelihood what a person expects will happen, will happen. Our expert witnesses, speakers, and consultants on probability are professionals from various industries and professions including but not limited to applied mathematics, biostatistics, computers, data analysis, gene theory, genetics, materials, mathematics, optimization, and statistics. They have published extensively in their areas of expertise and have successfully testified for both the plaintiff and defense.
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