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Does this make sense?

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jraywalter Newbie | Next Rank: 10 Posts Default Avatar
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Does this make sense?

Post Mon Dec 04, 2017 5:40 pm
Saw this in a magazine while on a plane, so I had a lot of time to ponder it. I believe the ad was discussing degrees and, I get it, it's a play on words (or in this case letters/symbols). My question is, does it actually make sense?

The equation read: P(q) | E(q) is ?

It's meant to be the Probability of failure, given the Expectation of failure. Or as I'm interpreting, if you don't attempt to reach higher, your only option is failure.

Does that actually translate though?

Thank you in advance!

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Post Wed Dec 20, 2017 10:45 am
Hi dear! Sorry, I have no idea a bout the question that you asked here, but I will be also interested in the answers which will be posted here!

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