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**parex** "Deciding just how much of an outcome is due to skill and how much to luck is not a no-brainer. Random events often come like the raisins in a box of cereal—in groups, streaks, and clusters. And although Fortune is fair in potentialities, she is not fair in outcomes. That means that if each of 10 Hollywood executives tosses 10 coins, although each has an equal chance of being the winner or the loser, in the end there will be winners and losers. In this example, **the chances are 2 out of 3 that at least 1 of the executives will score 8 or more heads or tails.**"** The Drunkard's Walk.***Leonard Mlodinow.*

Shouldn't the right answer be 2 out of 5?