My company split in two.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

Two owners, Fred and Jeff. Each got half the clients.

Since then, Fred lost 235 clients and Jeff lost 285.

My co-worker says it's just random variability.

I says no way, that's one in a million.

What are the odds? What's the equation?

p.s. true story

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# Probability: What are the odds?

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