Bracket Busting

Like the rest of the country, my NCAA Tournament picks were down the tubes by the end of the first round. What are the odds of picking a perfect bracket? Pure probability mathematics say that the likelihood is 1 in 9,223,372,036,854,775,808. (That’s one in 9.2 quintillion.) But a DePaul professor says the actual chances are more like 576 quadrillion. Click the photo for the entire article from Business Insider.

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