Let's say we have a few variables (made up numbers). Each percentage is a risk of failure later in life.
- Male 10%
- Woman 20%
- 25 years: 2%
- 50 years: 5%
- 70 years: 7%
- Fotball: 10%
- Baseball: 40%
- Golf: 60%
How can I calculate the risk of for example a
male that is
25 years old interested in
What I thought of so far - That did not work
- First I thought I could make an avarage right across the board. But then I figured that inside the percentage on for example
50 years, genders is already accounted for. The groups gender, age and interests are self contained groups unaware of each other.
- One person can have multiple interests which also mess up my thoughts.
How should I think around this case? I'm not a math experts so in case you add formulas, also add the thought process behind it.