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Professor Aaron Tenenbein calculates an individual's chances of winning the Powerball Lottery

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Excerpt from the Associated Press -- "The probability of you winning the lottery if you don't play is zero. The probability of you winning the lottery if you do play is about the same. And the reason for that is the probability of you actually winning on a single ticket is 1 in 292 million, which works out to be 0.00000000342."

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