Hi. I'm a freshman and I royally suck at math. I know this isn't really a math forum, but I know physics involves math, which means you guys are probably wicked good. Anyway, I have a bonus question that will earn me a point or two on my next test, but my teacher says only one or two people a year actually solve it. (Because he won't give you points for being on the right track. It is either right, or it isn't) Anyway, it really is simple, which is why I feel stupid for having to ask it. He says prove p*q=.25 So I have been trying at it, but like I said, I suck. p+q=1 So... p=1/q or.. see I just... it just doesn't make sense. Uhm... I don't even know where to start... Any help would be greatly appreciated.