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boby

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- All probability numbers that calculated , depending on the subject ,have a boundary of meaningfulness,...

Hello,

In probability math,because of math's nature that is merely quantitative and not

a qualitative, for any case,it give you just a number; so, I think for every cases,

there should be a boundary probability number that is " meaningfulness " just

for that specified case and out of that boundary is not meaningful and that is just

a meaningless number.

Thanks,

In probability math,because of math's nature that is merely quantitative and not

a qualitative, for any case,it give you just a number; so, I think for every cases,

there should be a boundary probability number that is " meaningfulness " just

for that specified case and out of that boundary is not meaningful and that is just

a meaningless number.

Thanks,