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Jan. 31, 2022, 11:23 p.m. | /u/yibbyyay

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I'm learning data science after working as an engineer for 10+ years. I used to take probability in college and struggled through it. So happy I didn't have to use probability or stats for my previous jobs... until I learn you need quite a bite of stats and probability to be a data scientist.

I'm re-learning probability now and found that most of the examples were of dice or cards drawing; same thing that caused me to struggle in college …

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