Math prof on winning Mega Millions: Statistically your odds are ‘Zero’


Mega Millions lottery tickets for the $1.6 billion October 23, 2018 drawing (Ryan Burrow / WGN Radio)

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Your odds of winning the Mega Millions jackpot are terrible. One in 302 million.

WGN’s Ryan Burrow spoke with Mathematics and Statistics Professor Emeritus at Loyola University of Chicago Martin Buntinas about how bad your chances really are of hitting it big.

That being said, even he bought a ticket.

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