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A tour of the stupidest, most self-defeating, self-blinding ways in which supposedly clever people use maths in everyday life

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Paul Goodwin is an emeritus professor at the University of Bath, where he taught and researched statistics, forecasting and decision-making. He has written numerous articles and papers and several books, including, most recently, Forewarned: A Sceptic's Guide to Prediction.

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Praise for Forewarned: A Sceptic's Guide to Prediction The book is awash with entertaining examples of predictions that were astoundingly accurate and others that were spectacularly wrong. * Irish Times *
An exciting handbook to understand the world of numbers. * Hindu Business Line *

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