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Sep 2019
The Flaw of Averages occurs when uncertainties are replaced by single number average estimates. It states that plans based on average assumptions are wrong on average. A classic example is the case of the statistician who drowns crossing the river that is on average three feet deep. Cartoonist Jeff Danziger’s sensitive portrayal of this tragedy appears below. 
 
Sep 2019

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