Find and analyze an example of faulty reasoning you have encountered in the news or on a website. Your analysis should address one or more issues covered in the Paulos or Blastland/Dilnot readings. That is, you should analyse the (mis)reporting of probabilities, coincidences, averages and/or risk. (Don’t try to cover everything: it is often best to focus on one example in detail.) You can look at reporting of a recent survey, or at a sports story involving numbers. What I’m looking for is evidence that you can apply critical thinking skills to numbers: that you recognise innumeracy in the world around you.Your analysis should be at least 300 words.It is important that you include the link to the text you are analysing at the top of your entry. Alternatively, you could paste the text at the bottom of your entry.
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