What are the odds of a perfect March Madness bracket?
So small, in fact, that many mathematicians differ on the actual estimation of the odds. Some believe it’s as low as 1 in 9,223,372,036,854,775,808 (or 1 in 9.2quintillion, for those who skipped the last 18 digits), while others, including Jeff Bergen, a professor at DePaul, think it’s as “high” as 1 in 128 billion.
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