Powerball interview with Dr. Jennifer Lewis Priestley

Kennesaw State's Jennifer Lewis Priestely, director of the Ph.D. in Analytics and Data Science…

Georgia (Jan 13, 2016) — Kennesaw State's Jennifer Lewis Priestely, director of the Ph.D. in Analytics and Data Science and director of the Center for Statistics and Analytical Services, was interviewed about the statistics behind tonight's big Powerball lottery drawing. Her interview aired this morning on GPB's On Second Thought program hosted by Celeste Headee. To listen, click on the link below:

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https://soundcloud.com/onsecondthought/full-show-january-13-2016#t=45:24

https://soundcloud.com/onsecondthought/full-show-january-13-2016#t=45:24

 

 



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