22 Apr '16 12:38

Does any mathematical concept or measurement exist for the idea of being improbable? For example, the idea of flipping a coin and getting heads three times in a row isn't considered improbable; but flipping a coin 1,000 times and getting heads for each flip is.

Does a mathematical concept exist where we can identify the point at which the odds of something happening are too low to be considered plausible? Or do possible vs. plausible odds exist only in human perception?

Does a mathematical concept exist where we can identify the point at which the odds of something happening are too low to be considered plausible? Or do possible vs. plausible odds exist only in human perception?