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Can I calculate the probability of A if 40 < B < A and B is a non-real number?

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Can I calculate the probability of A if 40 < B < A and B is a non-real number?

 

A non-real number can not be greater than 40,
as little as the theory of relativity can be greater than a water-flow.
Both are not comparable.

 

laugh  !

asinus  Feb 21, 2017

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