Stats 101 taught us that the normal distribution can be used to approximate the binomial distribution. You too can investigate this hypothesis with the use of a simple piece of apparatus called the Galton board.
Feeling blue at work lately? The solution to happiness may just come down two science – four chemicals which give us feelings of satisfaction in different ways:
is week’s Lighter Side story is a well-known tale about customer service and how logical thinking can explain the relationship of things which may seem totally unrelated.
Decisions, decisions…pizza or burgers? Gym or sleep? To be or not to be?
The last few weeks, Pamela Hellig has travelled back to Roman and medieval times to find out more about pension provision in the olde worlde. This third instalment explores how feudal economies looked after their old.
This is Pamela Hellig’s second instalment in her examination of historical retirement provision. This time it’s the middle ages – apparently even Chaucer needed actuarial services.
How were pensioners looked in past centuries? Pamela Hellig takes us a jounrey through the history of pensions.