This probably has been asked before but I didn't find it. As I understand it with the Many Worlds Interpretation of quantum mechanics, a different "world" exists for each outcome. I have read about the an issue regarding probability outcomes within a world but cannot remember the answer. The issue was roughly that if there were ten outcomes numbered 1 - 10 and they followed a normal distribution for example (analogous to measured quantum positions), the MWI would suggest a "world" for each outcome. But how does it explain that we tend to find ourselves in the worlds in which the outcome had the higher probability (as opposed to all 10 worlds being equally likely)? I can see that an answer can be given that all worlds have equal probability but some outcomes have more worlds, but is that the answer?