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## Main Question or Discussion Point

OK, so I'm not a math major. :( or is it :) (I guess that's philosophy)

Anyway, here is what i'm stumped on.

Population. It is always changing.

So, lets say that only 1 person in the population has a particular skill that no other person has.

What would the correct ratio be of persons having that particular skill?

Can't be 1:6,400,000,000 or whatever the current population is, because by the time you finish reading this statement, the population has changed.

jimmie

Anyway, here is what i'm stumped on.

Population. It is always changing.

So, lets say that only 1 person in the population has a particular skill that no other person has.

What would the correct ratio be of persons having that particular skill?

Can't be 1:6,400,000,000 or whatever the current population is, because by the time you finish reading this statement, the population has changed.

jimmie